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MICROCOSM 

Simmons College 

Boston, Massachusetts 



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SENIORS 



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Randi H. Adler 

Hometown: Pea body, MA 

Major: Advertising 

Ambition: To have my own free-lancing 

studio for advertising, to marry Bob and 

to have my own home and a black lab 



Janice M. Alfano 

Hometown: Revere, MA 
Major: Biology 




Randi H. Adler 



Janice M. Alfano 



Saba K. Alhadi 

Hometown: Natick, MA 

Major: Advertising 

Hangouts: The Metro 

Ambition: To be successful in my 

career and to travel around the world 



Viveca Anderson 

Hometown: Campton, NH 
Major: Management, German 




Saba K. Alhadi 



Viveca Anderson 



Linda M. Antinoro 

Hometown: Stoneham, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Maria Eleni Arvans 

Hometown: Huntington, NY 
Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: My bed, laundry room, 
currier 10-man suite and Zete basement 
Nickname: Mia, Smia, Killer 
Ambition: Nurse, Clinical Oncology 
Specialist to relieve PMD and maintain 
OLOF 




Linda M. Antinoro 



Maria Eleni Arvans 



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Lolita I. Asbergs 

Hometown: Canton, MA 
Major: Psychology, Art 



Carla M. Ascani 

Hometown: Jaffery, NH 
Major: Economics 



Judith A. Ash 

Hometown: Marshfield, MA 
Nickname: Judi 



Vuko Ashida 

Hometown: Tokyo 
Major: Sociology 



Sandra M. Athanas 

Hometown: Somerville, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Susan G. Auble 

Hometown: Natick, MA 
Major: Nursing 




Lolita I. Asbergs 



Judith A. Ash 



Carla M. Ascani 





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Yuko Ashida 




Sandra M. Athanas 



Susan G. Auble 



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Diane J. Baedeker 



Joanne M. Bancroft 




Diane J. Baedeker 

Hometown: Cranston, Rl 
Major: Communications 
Ambition: A career as a graphic 
designer and eventually my own 
graphic design firm 



Joanne M. Bancroft 

Hometown: Lakeville, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: Bobby Byrne's Pub 

Nickname: Josie 

Ambition: To be a successful physical 

therapist and a wonderful wife and 

mother 




Barbara Frances Benevento 

Hometown: Duxbury, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Zeta Psi, Dartmouth College 

Ambition: LTG = to maintain OLOF 



Frances G. Bento 

Hometown: Dorchester, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Ambition: Nurse Midwife, or 

Practitioner, possibly a PHD to teach 

Nursing 



Barbara Frances Benevento 



Frances G. Bento 




Debra Lynn Bermingham 

Hometown: Weymouth, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Nickname: Deb 

Ambition: To live a happy, healthy life 



Sharon L. Bickus 

Hometown: Newtown, CT 
Major: Communications 



Debra Lynn Bermingham 



Sharon L. Bickus 



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Laurie A. Bigelow 

Hometown: Westwood, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Wendy N. Blinken 

Hometown: New York, NY 
Major: Humanities 



Robin E. Blum 

Hometown: New York, NY 
Major: Communications, English 



Karen J. Bodner 

Hometown: Revere, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Robin E. Blum 



Karen J. Bodner 




Carolyn Ann Boulger 

Hometown: North Adams, MA 

Major: Communications 

Hangouts: Friday's, Top of the Hub, the 

Janus office 

Ambition: To be happy 



Carol Breed 

Hometown: Winthrop, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Carolyn Ann Boulger 



Carol Breed 



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Susan D. Bromley 

Hometown: Bethesda, Maryland 
Major: Chemistry 



Judith A. Broverman 

Hometown: Pittsfield, MA 
Major: Management 




Susan D. Bromley 



Judith A. Broverman 



Rebecca Margaret Brown 

Hometown: Groton, CT 

Major: International Business, French 

Hangouts: Cache (with Anita), Faneuil 

Hall, and anyplace with a fun, crazy 

crowd 

Nickname: Becca 



Judith M. Brown 

Hometown: Arlington, VA 

Major: Communications 

Hangouts: Who's On First 

Nickname: Judi or JB2 

Ambition: Being a well known figure in 

the Publishing Art Field 



Lisa Ann Budrawich 

Hometown: Greenfield, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Wisdom Way, St. Ann's, 

"Rosie's" Place 

Ambition: ? . . . travel, writing, 

contentment, happiness . . . 




Rebecca Margaret Brown 



Judith M. Brown 



Bonnie Burton 

Hometown: Concord, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



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Lisa Ann Budrawich 



Deborah Ann Burton 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Magoo's, the market 

Nickname: Deb, Here 

Ambition: To be happy, successful, and 

to live life one day at a time and to the 

fullest 



Belinda Penn Byerly 

Hometown: Franklin, VA 
Major: Communications 
Ambition: To own a newspaper. To 
have a close, happy family 



Susan Cain 

Hometown: Boston, MA 

Major: Management, Marketing 

Hangouts: Who's, Copperfields, the 

A.C., Friday's 

Nickname: Suecain 

Ambition: I am still working on it. If I 

knew what that was, life would be a 

bore 



Kelley A. Carroll 

Hometown: Woodbridge, CT 
Major: Advertising 




Susan Cain 



Kelley A. Carroll 



Nancy Jane Carson 

Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC 
Major: History 



Georgia R. Carter 

Hometown: Houston, TX 
Major: Retail Management 




Nancy Jane Carson 



Georgia R. Carter 



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Wendy B. Catalono 

Hometown: Maiden, MA 
Major: Communications 



Elaine M. Cesare 

Hometown: Woodbury, CT 
Major: Nursing 

Ambition: To be as successful as 
possible in Pediatric Nursing. 



Wendy B. Catalono 



Elaine M. Cesare 




Neeta Chakrabartty 



Andrea F. Chin 




Neeta Chakrabartty 

Hometown: North Battleford, 
Saskatchewan, Canada 
Major: Communications 
Hangouts: 103 and 238 Hemingway 
Street, 61 Park Drive, 362 the Riverway 
Ambition: To reach out to people who 
don't know Jesus personally as Lord 
and to lead them to Him 

Andrea F. Chin 

Hometown: Huntington Sta., NY 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: TEP, Steve's Ice Cream, 

Newbury St. 

Nickname: Andy 

Ambition: To do everything at least 

once and never be bored 



Irene Christopoulos 

Hometown: Lynn, MA 
Major: Finance, Management 
Hangouts: Professor Boisjoly's office, 
Kristein Library, Chestnut Hill Mall, 
Friday's, Commuter Lounge 



Laura A. Cioffi 

Hometown: Braintree, MA 
Major: Management 



Irene Christopoulos 



Laura A. Cioffi 



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Cheryl L. Cohen 



Laura Davidow Cohen 



Colette Colton 



Maryanne Connors 



Cheryl L. Cohen 

Hometown: Newton, MA 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Commuter Lounge 

Nickname: Bubbles 

Ambition: To be a successful career 

woman, get married, and have a big 

family 



Laura Davidow Cohen 

Hometown: Atlanta, GA 

Major: Math, Management 

Hangouts: Boathouse, Cask, Delta 

House 

Nickname: Conie 

Ambition: To own a small CPA firm 




Colette Colton 

Hometown: Oyster Bay, NY 
Major: Retail Management 



Maryanne Connors 

Hometown: Saugus, MA 
Major: Communications, English 
Hangouts: Commuter Lounge, GSL1S 
Ambition: Writer 




Melissa Marcia Conze 

Hometown: Chappaqua, New York 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Hangouts: Wherever my friends are 
Nickname: Missy 
Ambition: To live life to its fullest 



Judith A. Corkum 

Hometown: Stoneham, MA 
Major: Management 



Melissa Marcia Conze 



Judith A. Corkum 



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Karen Courchene 

Hometown: South Attleboro, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To live by the philosophy: 
There are so many colors in a rainbow, 
so many colors in the morning sun, so 
many colors in a flower — and I see 
every one 



Carolyn P. Cox 

Hometown: Washington, DC 
Major: Management, Economics 




Karen Courchene 



Carolyn P. Cox 



Kathleen L. Cox 

Hometown: Dracut, MA 
Major: Chemistry 
Hangouts: Metro and Spit 
Ambition: To be successful in my 
career as a doctor 



Lisa Marie Coyne 

Hometown: Elkridge, MD 

Major: Government, Communications 




Kathleen L. Cox 



Lisa Marie Coyne 



Ellen Cronan 

Hometown: Attleboro, MA 
Major: Management 



Dawn M. Crowell 

Hometown: Roslindale, MA 
Major: Art 





Ellen Cronan 



Dawn M. Crowell 



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Sally Cummings 

Hometown: Owings Mills, MD 
Major: Nursing 



Julie Anne Currier 

Hometown: Middleton, MA 
Major: Management 
Hangouts: Harvard 
Ambition: To be happy 



Pamela N. Curtis 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Advertising 



Ruth E. Dame 

Hometown: Manchester, MA 
Major: Management 
Nickname: Roo 




Sally Cummings 



Julie Anne Currier 




Pamela N. Curtis 



Ruth E. Dame 



Dorothy D' Andrea 

Hometown: Portland, ME 
Major: INB 



Manya E. Daner 

Hometown: Weston, MA 

Major: Retail Management 

Hangouts: Spit, Jonathan's Heartbreak, 

Famouts Ray's Pizza, and any place I 

have a charge card to 

Ambition: CEO of Fortune 500 

company 





Dorothy D 'Andrea 



Manya E. Daner 



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Donna M. De Celles 

Hometown: Jamaica Plain, MA 
Major: History 



Patricia Ann De Marco 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Donna M. De Celles 



Patricia Ann De Marco 




Angela Demetriou 

Hometown: Winthrop, MA 

Major: Public Relations, Advertising 



Jacqueline Deneumostier 

Hometown: Lima, Peru 

Major: Communications, Advertising 



Angela Demetriou 



Jacqueline Deneumostier 




Amy Elizabeth Denison 

Hometown: Barrington, RI 

Major: Advertising 

Hangouts: Palace, Metro, Hyatt 

Ambition: To become a success in all 

my endeavors, accomplish whatever I 

undertake 



Monique A. De Saulniers 

Hometown: Wayland, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Amy Elizabeth Denison 



Monique A. De Saulniers 



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Janice Di Maina 

Hometown: Jamaica Plain, MA 
Major: Finance 



Karen L. Di Marzo 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Janice Di Maina 



Karen L. Di Marzo 




Deanna M. Di Tommazo 

Hometown: Jupiter, Florida 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: Citgo Sign 

Nickname: Dee 

Ambition: To climb my own "Everest" 



Lynne Ann Dimare 

Hometown: Medford, MA 
Major: Finance 



Deanna M. Di Tommazo 



Lynne Ann Dimare 




Susan Dion 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Donna M. Dolan 

Hometown: So. Weymouth, MA 
Major: Philosophy 



Susan Dion 



Donna M. Dolan 



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Susan Dook 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 
Major: Chemistry 



Teacee S. Dortch 

Hometown: New Haven, CT 

Major: Finance 

Hangouts: Happy Hours where 

Professionals flock 

Ambition: To become an Executive 

Professional in Management 

Information Systems and Data Base 

Administration 



Susan Lee Douglass 

Hometown: Lexington, MA 

Major: Human Services 

Hangouts: Cask, The Market, Steve's, 

and Harvard Square 



Sally A. Drozdale 

Hometown: Northampton, MA 
Major: Management 




Susan Dook 



Teacee S. Dortch 




Amy J. Duchin 

Hometown: New York — Beverly, MA 
Major: Communications 
Ambition: To be rich and famous 



Susan Lee Douglass 



Sally A. Drozdale 



Susan M. Duffy 

Hometown: Canton, MA 
Major: Management, Finance 




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Amy J. Duchin 



Susan M. Duffy 



Julia C. Dugan 

Hometown: Dudley, MA 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Theta Chi 

Nickname: Julie 

Ambition: To be happy, financially 

comfortable, and reasonably successful 



Anne-Marie Dupre 

Hometown: Manville, Rl 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Nickname: Anne 
Ambition: To always be happy 



Michelle Marguerite Dupre 

Hometown: New Bedford, MA 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Zete Basement, Dartmouth 

College, The Laundry Room, Purple 

Shamrock 

Nickname: Shelbert 

Ambition: A career in Public 

Relations/Promotions, maintain OLOF 




Julia C. Dugan 



Anne-Marie Dupre 



Nancy Earle 

Hometown: Marshfield, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 




Michelle Marguerite Dupre 



Nancy Earle 



Pamela Elias 

Hometown: Tequesta, FL 
Major: Biology 



Lauren D. Epstein 

Hometown: Marblehead, MA 
Major: Psychology 
Ambition: To bring a little more 
laughter in the world 




Pamela Elias 



Lauren D. Epstein 



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Maria T. Escudero 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Lisa J. Evans 

Hometown: Westford, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Maria T. Escudero 



Lisa J. Evans 




Lori A. Evans 



Debbie Eynon 




Marie C. Fagnant 



Sybil Marie Farley 



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Lori A. Evans 

Hometown: Manchester, NH 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To have a family and a 
successful career in physical therapy 



Debbie Eynon 

Hometown: Berwyn, PA 
Major: Psychology 



Marie C. Fagnant 

Hometown: Townsend, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: The Science building with 

Carol G., especially the infamous room 

308 

Ambition: To make the world a little 

happier place to live 



Sybil Marie Farley 

Hometown: Providence, Rl 

Major: Human Services 

Hangouts: The Fens, N.G., and the 

Hallways of Pilgrim 

Ambition: To be successful and happy 







Kathleen M. Farnham 

Hometown: Melrose, MA 
Major: INB 



Carmen A. Feliciano 

Hometown: Puerto Rico 
Major: Medical Technology 



Kathleen M. Farnham 



Carmen A. Feliciano 




Elizabeth A. Fender 



Regina C. Fernandes 



Elizabeth A. Fender 

Hometown: Brewster, NY 
Major: Management, Accounting 



Regina C. Fernandes 

Hometown: Andover, MA 

Major: International Business, German 

Hangouts: Dix, Cask, Friday's, Faneuil 

Hall 

Nickname: Grena, Reg 

Ambition: to find Mathew 




Maria M. Fernandez 

Hometown: Puerto Rico 
Major: Advertising, Art 
Nickname: Marga 
Ambition: Does anybody know 



Lauren M. Ferrari 

Hometown: Danvers, MA 
Major: Management, Accounting 



Maria M. Fernandez 



Lauren M. Ferrari 



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Susan L. Fortune 

Hometown: Greenwich, CT 

Major: Retail Management 

Hangouts: Cooperfields, Bull and Finch, 

The Boathouse 

Ambition: To be an International 

Marketer and travel around the world 



Julie E. Frank 

Hometown: Ft. Washington, PA 
Major: Management 




Susan L. Fortune 



Julie E. Frank 



Jill A. Freedman 

Hometown: Wellesley, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Susan Freeman 

Hometown: Westford, MA 
Major: Management 




Lisa Beth Friedman 

Hometown: Rumson, NJ 

Major: Retail Management 

Hangouts: The Hong Kong, Faneuil Hall, 

Studio 54, Heartbreaks, Singing beach, 

Manchester, Famous Ray's Pizza 

Ambition: Successful retail executive in 

MY 



Jill A. Freedman 



Susan Freeman 



Tanya J. Fry 

Hometown: Cambridge, MA 
Major: Retail Management 




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Lisa Beth Friedman 



Tanya J. Fry 



Mary E. Gammino 

Hometown: Providence, Rl 
Major: Finance 



Michele Theresa Garrison 

Hometown: West Roxbury, MA 

Major: Government 

Hangouts: the Ritz — NYC, the Mods, 

the Cape, MA's, Hard Rock Cafe — 

London 

Ambition: $$$ 




Lisa M. Gaulitz 

Hometown: Franklin, MA 
Major: INB, Spanish 



Lori Jo Geller 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Mary E. Gammino 



Michele Theresa Garrison 




Lisa M. Gaulitz 



Lori Jo Geller 



Annmarie T. Gerardin 

Hometown: Cambridge, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Janet E. Gilday 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 




Annmarie T. Gerardin 



Janet E. Gilday 



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Maribeth Ginsburg 



Joy Barbara Giordano 




Susan B. Goldberg 



Arlene Marcy Goldstein 




Emily A. Gollob 



Barbara S. Goodwin 



Maribeth Ginsburg 

Hometown: Maiden, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Joy Barbara Giordano 

Hometown: Chelmsford, MA 
Major: Medical Technology 



Susan B. Goldberg 

Hometown: Andover, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Arlene Marcy Goldstein 

Hometown: Providence, Rl 

Major: Human Services 

Nickname: Al 

Ambition: To work as a counselor and 

advocate for people in need 



Emily A. Gollob 

Hometown: Montclair, NJ 
Major: Economics, Government 



Barbara S. Goodwin 

Hometown: Norwalk, CT 
Major: Communications, Pre-Med 
Nickname: Barba Poppa 
Ambition: To continue with my 
perennial childhood 



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Lynne M. Gorman 



Elaine S. Goyette 



Susan E. Gragnolati 



Carol Joan Gronberg 



Nancy Louise Grundy 



Joyce P. Gubere 



Lynne M. Gorman 

Hometown: Billerica, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Elaine S. Goyette 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: Economics, Math 




Susan E. Gragnolati 

Hometown: Windsor Locks, CT 
Major: Nursing 




Carol Joan Gronberg 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: The Cask, Steve's Ice Cream 

and the Science Building 

Ambition: To show God's love to all 

people I can 



Nancy Louise Grundy 

Hometown: Foxboro, MA 
Major: English, Government 
Hangouts: Copperfields, Hong Kong, 
The Fens, Dumpster # 364, So Ho, 
Faneuil Hall. 
Nickname: Grungie 
Ambition: Lawyer, Author, and 
Ambassador to Zimbabwe 



Joyce P. Gubere 

Hometown: Lynn, MA 
Major: Finance, Management 
Hangouts: Professor Boisjoy's office, 
Kristein Library, Chestnut Hill Mall, 
Friday's, Commuter Lounge 



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Elinor Margaret Hall 

Hometown: Newtown, CT 

Major: Management, Finance 

Hangouts: Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall, 

Ruby's, TGIF Friday's 

Nickname: Els, Elron 

Ambition: To be happy, rich, and be the 

boss 



Susan Wilder Hall 

Hometown: Amherst, MA 
Major: Sociology, Women's Studies 
Hangouts: The Women's Center, the 
Language Lab, and somewhere else. 
Ambition: Ohhh ... to save the world 




Gail D. Hanna 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: AAS 



Amy Hannon 

Hometown: Braintree, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Elinor Margaret Hall 



Susan Wilder Hall 







Gail D. Hanna 



Amy Hannon 



Cheryl B. Harnois 

Hometown: Norwalk, CT 
Major: Math, Management 



Elisabeth L. Harper 

Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC 
Major: Management 
Nickname: E.B. or Mrs. Jack Mulherin 
Ambition: To be able to handle all three 
successfully — a career, a husband, 
and a family 




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Cheryl B. Harnois 



Elisabeth Harper 



Jennifer F. Hart 

Hometown: Georgetown, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Mary Ann Hart 

Hometown: Quincy, MA 
Major: Management 



Susan Ross Heath 

Hometown: Newport, Rl 
Major: Communications 



Lesley Henrici 

Hometown: Irvington, NY 
Major: Psychology 




Jennifer F. Hart 



Mary Ann Hart 



Dale Marie Haxton 

Hometown: Narragansett, RI 
Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Ruby's and Faneuil Hall 
Ambition: To be healthy 




Dale Marie Haxton 



Susan Ross Heath 



Gilberte F. Herold 

Hometown: Cambridge/ Port-au-Prince, 

Haiti 

Major: Communications, French 

Hangouts: Christian's-Aix-en-provence 

France, Harvard Square, Cape Cod, 

Dorchester 

Nickname: Gil 

Ambition: Get a job in my field, faith in 

my abilities, and settle in a villa on the 

Cote d'azure 




Lesley Henrici 



Gilberte F. Herold 



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Rebeca F. Hertzbach 



Michelle Denise Hey wood 



Colleen M. Hill 



Mary M. Hilliard 



Rebeca F. Hertzbach 

Hometown: Amherst, MA 
Major: Economics, Finance 




Michelle Denise Hey wood 

Hometown: West Medford, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Ruby's, North Hall TV room 

Nicknames: Shelly 

Ambition: To enjoy life and have a 

successful nursing career 



Colleen M. Hill 

Hometown: Dracut, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Who's on First, Simmons 

Hall, Hampton Beach, Faneuil Hall 

Nickname: Col 

Ambition: To lead a happy and 

successful life 



Mary M. Hilliard 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: Who's, the Cask, PGP, 

Harvard Med Morgue 

Nickname: Bonnie 

Ambition: To open up my own PT clinic 

and bear around 10 children 




Pamela A. Holmes 

Hometown: Westford, MA 
Major: Management 



Pamela Susan Holmes 

Hometown: Barrington, Rl 
Major: Advertising 



Pamela A. Holmes 



Pamela Susan Holmes 



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Teresa A. Hubbard 

Hometown: Littleton, NH 
Major: Math 



Caroline IN. Hunt 

Hometown: Rochester, NY 

Major: Advertising, Communications 



Teresa A. Hubbard 



Caroline N. Hunt 




Sharon L. Hunter 



Lisa M. Ippolito 



Janice D. Iddings 




Tracey R. Irwin 



Sharon L. Hunter 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Janice D. Iddings 

Hometown: Foxboro, MA 

Major: International Business, Spanish 



Lisa M. Ippolito 

Hometown: Revere, MA 
Major: Math 



Tracey R. Irwin 

Major: Medical Technology 



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Anita Johnson 

Hometown: 
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Geralyn A. Johnson 

Hometown: Niantic, CT 
Major: Government, English 
Hangouts: the Government office 
Nickname: Geri 

Ambition: To appreciate how fortunate I 
am; to take the love I have in my family 
and the knowledge I have gained to 
alleviate some of the suffering in the 
world 

Janice M. Johnson 

Hometown: Waltham, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Footbridge Beach, Ogunquit 

and Quincy Market. 

Ambition: To be a successful 

professional within the nursing field and 

to live each day to its fullest 



Kerry A. Johnson 

Hometown: Scituate, MA 

Major: Retailing 

Hangouts: CI. Conn, Sterlings, Quincy 

Market, and Nantucket 

Nickname: Kay Ray 

Ambition: I want to wake up every 

morning with a smile on my face 

Tina Marie Johnson 

Hometown: Brimfield, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Quadside 1 1 P.M. for Bagels 

Nickname: T.J. 

Ambition: To be successful at anything 

I attempt to do - 1 will always be 

reaching for the sky in hope that I will 

be among the "STARS" 

Teresa Catherine Joyce 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: Who's, PGP, Harvard Med. 

Morgue 

Nickname: Terestrial 

Ambition: To be a wealthy, 

independent, infamous Physical 

Therapist and businesswoman 




Anita Johnson 



Geralyn A. Johnson 




Janice M. Johnson 



Kerry A. Johnson 




Tina Marie Johnson 



Teresa Catherine Joyce 



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Neda Kalhori 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Communications 



Jane M. Karcher 

Hometown: North Attleboro, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Cask&Flagon, Metro 






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Neda Kalhori 



Jane M. Karcher 



A. Tommie Karl 

Hometown: Miami, FL 
Major: Nursing 



Karen E. Keane 

Hometown: Foxboro, MA 

Major: Communications, Government 




A. Tommie Karl 



Karen E. Keane 



Diane M. Keast 

Hometown: Carlisle, MA 
Major: Economics 



Mary J. Keenan 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Nursing 




Diane M. Keast 



Mary J. Keenan 



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Jeanmarie Kelly 



Karen Theresa Kennedy 




Jeanmarie Kelly 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: Government, Economics 



Karen Theresa Kennedy 

Hometown: Salem, MA 
Major: Communications, French 
Hangouts: the Fens, Uno's, the Porthole 
Ambition: To buy a Porsche 928 and 
use it as a second car 



Jennifer King 

Hometown: 
Major: 



Michele E. Kinosian 

Hometown: Norwood, MA 
Major: Management 



Renee Kissner 

Hometown: Weston, CT 
Major: Management 
Hangouts: Magoo's 



Linda A. Kobierski 

Hometown: Danvers, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: the lab, the Cask, Jamaica 

Pond 

Nickname: Linda 

Ambition: Clinical Neurological 

Research 



Renee Kissner 



Linda A. Kobierski 



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Pamela B. Kridel 



Laura E. Kyett 



Lynn Marie Kurker 



Martha L. Lagace 



Pamela B. Kridel 

Hometown: Coral Gabels, FL 
Major: Advertising 



Lynn Marie Kurker 

Hometown: West Roxbury, MA 
Major: Retail Management 




Laura E. Kyett 

Hometown: Milton, MA 

Major: English, Communications 



Martha L. Lagace 

Hometown: Jubail, Saudi Arabia 

Major: Comparative Literature, 

Communications 

Hangouts: Cambridge, Coolidge Corner 

Theater 

Ambition: Writer 




Sharon L. Laferriere 

Hometown: Attleboro, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Ambition: To be happy in my career 

choice, but first, to pay back all my 

loans 



Lisa Lamothe 

Hometown: Newburyport, MA 
Major: Economics, Government 
Hangout: The Fens 
Nickname: "Radical" 
Ambition: To smile as often as possible, 
have as many friends as I need, and who 
need me, and to travel to Central 
America in the future 



Sharon L. LaFerriere 



Lisa Lamothe 



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Sharon Frances Lane 

Hometown: Dedham, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Doreen Marie Lauricella 

Hometown: East Boston, MA 
Major: Management, Public Relations 
Hangouts: Commuter Lounge, the Fens 
Ambition: To be successful in my 
career and successful in my life 




Sharon Frances Lane 



Doreen Marie Lauricella 



Lauria D. LaVerdiere 

Hometown: Amherst, MA 

Major: Management, specializing in 

Finance 

Ambition: To pursue a career in 

Financial management and eventually 

open my own business 



Jane E. Leader 

Hometown: Atlanta, GA 
Major: English 




Lauria D. LaVerdiere 



Jane E. Leader 



Sheri L. Leeds 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To have my own P.T. 
practice 



Nancy Putnam Leigh 

Hometown: York, ME 
Major: Management 




Sheri L. Leeds 



Nancy Putnam Leigh 



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Nancy E. Lema 

Hometown: E. Providence, Rl 
Major: Nutrition 



Mary Beth Lemay 

Hometown: Nashua, NH 
Major: Nursing 




Nancy E. Lema 



Mary Beth Lemay 



Ellen Levine 

Hometown: Merric, NY 
Major: Retail Management 



Venecia Cassandra Lewis 

Hometown: Mattapan/Roxbury, MA 
Major: Human Services 
Hangouts: Home, my apartment 
Nickname: Poodles and Necia 
Ambition: To remember that I can 
be/do whatever I want to and never 
forget from whence I came; Keeping 
God # 1 and life with my family will be 
extraordinary. 

Gaye Jill Libert 

Hometown: Chappaqua, N.Y. 
Major: Human Services 
Hangouts: Houlihan's, Hong Kong, 
Faneuil Hall 

Ambition: To be wealthy and travel 
around the world and see as much as 
there is to see about life 




Ellen Levine 



Venecia Cassandra Lewis 



Anna B. Litchfield 

Hometown: Glen Rock, NJ 
Major: Economics, Finance 




Gaye Jill Libert 



Anna B. Litchfield 



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Kathryn D. Livingston 

Hometown: Canton, OH 

Major: Broadcasting Journalism and 

Public Relations 



Judith A. Long 

Hometown: Westford, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Kathryn D. Livingston 



Judith A. Long 




Gabrielle Lopez 

Hometown: 
Major: 



Debra L. Lowenstein 

Hometown: Newton Highlands, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Gabrielle Lopez 



Debra L. Lowenstein 




Linda M. Lucas 



Laura Lundgren 



Linda M. Lucas 

Hometown: Methuen, MA 

Major: Sociology 

Hangouts: Cask, Faneuill Hall, Friday's, 

Molly's 

Nickname: L 



Laura Lundgren 

Hometown: Bedford, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



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Harriet Claire Lurensky 

Hometown: Bethesda, MD 

Major: Psychology 

Hangouts: Mesick Hall, The Rat Room 

Nickname: Harr Bear, Harrison, Marriet 

Ambition: The four H's: Humane, Hope, 

Happy, Healthy. The four L's: Live, 

Learn, Laugh, Love 



Sarah J. Lyness 

Hometown: Salem, MA 
Major: Nutrition, Biology 



Karin MacDonald 

Hometown: Natick, MA 

Major: Finance 

Hangouts: Katie Gibbs; MacGregor 

House, 1 1/2/79; Mt. Vernon Col.; HBS; 

Hong Kong 

Nickname: Kay Kay 

Ambition: To be successful in the field of 

finance; have a close and happy family 



Jean S. MacLeod 

Hometown: Quincy, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Nickname: Beans 

Ambition: To sail in America's Cup 

Competition 



Karin MacDonald 



Jean S. MacLeod 




Martha MacAndrew 

Hometown: Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 
Major: Nursing 



Rhonda E. Mael 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 
Major: Management 



Martha MacAndrew 



Rhonda E. Mael 



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Patricia Ann Mahon 

Hometown: Holden, MA 

Major: Elementary Education 

Nickname: Patty 

Ambition: To become an elementary 

school teacher 



Anne C. Martel 

Hometown: Gardner, MA 

Major: Public Relations 

Hangouts: London, the Cask, WMRE 

Faneuil Hall 

Nickname: Anne 

Ambition: General Manager of a 

television station 



Carolyn C. Martin 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Retail Management 
Nickname: Smartin 



Kerrie A. Martin 

Hometown: Marlboro, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Faneuil Hall 

Ambition: To be successful in whatever 

I pursue 




Carolyn C. Martin 



Kerrie A. Martin 



Lorraine Ellen Mason 

Hometown: Lynn, MA 
Major: Communications 
Hangouts: Media Center 
Nickname: Mase 



Maureen A. McBride 

Hometown: Barrington, Rl 
Major: Economics, Finance 




Lorraine Ellen Mason 



Maureen A. McBride 



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Eileen Marie McCrorey 

Hometown: Brighton, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Nickname: Eileen 

Ambition: To be successful and happy 



Michele McCurdy 

Hometown: Franklin, MA 

Major: Advertising, Public Relations 




Eileen Marie McCrorey 



Michele McCurdy 



Jacqueline Bentze McGuinness 

Hometown: Grafton, MA 

Major: Women's Studies, 

Communications 

Hangouts: Chatham 

Nickname: Jacqui 

Ambition: To be happy by reaching any 

goals I might have ■ to enjoy life 



Christine Allison McKenna 

Major: Philosophy 
Ambition: To live it 



Joanne McSweeney 

Hometown: Everett, MA 
Major: Nutrition 








Andrea McLain 

Hometown: Bridgewater, MA 
Major: Medical Technology 



Jacqueline Bentze McGuiness 



Christine Allison McKenna 




Andrea McLain 



Joanne McSweeney 



79 




Amy Mendelson 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: International Management 



Nancy E. Menelly 

Hometown: Burlington, CT 
Major: Government, Economics 



Amy Mendelson 



Nancy E. Menelly 




Jennifer Meridith 

Hometown: Marion, IN 
Major: International Business 



Sandra L. Metheny 

Hometown: Chelmsford, MA 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Faneuil Hall, Who's on First 

Nickname: Sandi 

Ambition: To be happy and successful 

in whatever I attempt to do 



Jennifer Meridith 



Sandra L. Metheny 




Ellyn S. Meyerson 

Hometown: Cranston, RI 
Major: Management, Marketing 
Ambition: Happiness and Success 



Susan Paige Miller 

Hometown: Barrington, RI 
Major: Advertising 



Ellyn S. Meyerson 



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Susan Paige Miller 




Janet L. Milot 

Hometown: Taunton, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Lori J. Misisco 

Hometown: Springfield, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Janet L. Milot 



Lori J. Misisco 




Lucia J. Miya 

Hometown: Chicago, IL 
Major: Sociology 



Marie-Yacint Monestime 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Biology, Spanish 



Lucia J. Miya 



Marie-Yacint Monestime 




Maria Elena Monks 

Hometown: Andover, MA 

Major: International Management, 

Spanish 

Hangouts: Faneuil Hall, Filene's, 

Steve's, Friday's and Pizzeria CJno 

Ambition: To travel around the world 

and be a successful businesswoman 



Melinda J. Morin 

Hometown: Hingham, MA 
Major: Biology 



Maria Elena Monks 



Melinda J. Morin 



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Joyce E. Morrissette 

Hometown: Biddeford, ME 
Major: Nursing 



Kathleen A. Morrissey 

Hometown: Centerville, MA 
Major: Communications 
Hangouts: Cask, Delta Tau Delta 



Leslie M. Muth 

Hometown: Boston, MA 

Major: English, Communications 



Khadija Nabih 

Hometown: Allston, MA 
Major: Chemistry 



Eileen F. Nee 

Hometown: Roslindale, MA 
Major: Management 



Megan L. Nields 

Hometown: Amherst, MA 
Major: English, Communications 



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Joyce E. Morrissette 



Kathleen A. Morrissey 




Leslie M. Muth 



Khadija Nabih 




Eileen F. Nee 



Megan L. Nields 



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Seana O'Brien 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Management 



Mary O'Connell 

Hometown: Cumberland, ME 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Nickname: Mary O. 




Sharon A. O'Connor 

Hometown: Pittsfield, MA 

Major: International Relations, English 



Nancy E. O'Rourke 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: English 



Lisa O'Toole 

Hometown: Cohcasset, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Hangouts: "Dockside" 

Nickname: "Boof* 

Ambition: To have peace of mind and to 

be happy 



Lynn F. O'Toole 

Hometown: Cohasset, MA 
Major: Management, Finance 



Seana O'Brien 



Mary O'Connell 




Sharon A. O'Connor 



Nancy E. O'Rourke 




Lisa O'Toole 



Lynn F. O'Toole 



83 




Susan H. Ogilvie 



Janet P. Olson 



Susan L. Olson 



Leslie Anne Oringer 




Patricia M. Pacheco' 



Elaine M. Papastefanou 



Susan H. Ogilvie 

Hometown: Attleboro, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Janet P. Olson 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 




Susan L. Olson 

Hometown: Holden, MA 
Major: Management 



Leslie Anne Oringer 

Hometown: Brewster, MA 

Major: Economics, Math 

Hangouts: Nauset Beach, the Cask, and 

Heidi, Wendy, Cindy and Kathy's 

rooms. 

Nickname: Les/"Pugs" 

Ambition: To graduate from college and 

pay back my loans 



Patricia M. Pacheco 

Hometown: East Providence, Rl 
Major: Medical Technology 



Elaine Marie Papastefanou 

Hometown: Braintree, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Hangouts: Bl, Metro, Steve's 

Nickname: Stuffy 

Ambition: To be content with life's 

experiences 



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Denise A. Parsikian 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Mariella Passarelli 

Hometown: Cambridge, MA 
Major: Psychology, Chemistry 



Denise A. Parsikian 



Mariella Passarelli 




Susan Patton 

Hometown: Barrington, Rl 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: Faneuil Hall, Boston College, 

Cohasset, Fort Lauderdale 

Nickname: Sup. 

Ambition: Ride like the wind before I get 

old 



Lisa M. Paulhus 

Hometown: Newburyport, MA 
Major: Communications 



Susan Patton 



Lisa M. Paulhus 




Nancy D. Pease 

Hometown: West Hartford, CT 

Major: Sociology 

Hangouts: Sig. Ep., Thursday nights at 

the Cask, B.CI. Boathouse 

Ambition: To live life the way in which I 

have become accustomed 



Annette R. Pechenick 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 
Major: Philosophy, Psychology 
Hangouts: Fens, Resource Center 
Ambition: To reach the impossible 
dream 



Nancy D. Pease 



Annette R. Pechenick 



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Lynette Margaret Peck 

Hometown: Newton, MA 
Major: International Relations, 
Government 



Lori A. Perch 

Hometown: Worcester, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Kathleen M. Peroni 

Major: Management 



Ann Michelle Perry 

Hometown: North Kingstown, Rl 
Major: Nursing 




Kathleen M. Peroni 



Ann Michelle Perry 



Nancy Lee Peterson 

Hometown: East Providence, Rl 
Major: Psychology, Art 



Diane M. Pettinicchi 

Hometown: Waterbury, CT 
Major: Management, Retailing 
Ambition: To achieve success and 
personal fulfillment in both the business 
world and my personal life 




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Nancy Lee Peterson 



Diane M. Pettinicchi 



Holly E. Pevzner 

Hometown: Great Barrington, MA 
Major: Chemistry, Math 



Lorene L. Philbrick 

Hometown: Cumberland, ME 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To be happy and healthy 



Ann Piacentini 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 
Major: Management, Finance 



Susan Louise Pinette 

Hometown: Portland, ME 
Major: French, International 
Management 




Holly E. Pevzner 



Lorene L. Philbrick 




Ann Piacentini 



Susan Louise Pinette 



Madeline Pinnelli 

Hometown: Somerville, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Candyce Calisse Polk 

Hometown: Springfield, MA 

Major: Psychology 

Hangouts: Metro, Satches 

Nickname: Candy 

Ambition: I plan to achieve a Ph.D in 

Psychology and to become a licensed 

Clinical Psychologist 




Madeline Pinnelli 



Candyce Calisse Polk 



87 




Patricia A. Porcello 

Hometown: Enfield, CT 

Major: Nursing, Philosophy 

Hangouts: Fanueil Hall 

Nicknames: Tricia 

Ambition: To lead a happy and fulfilling 

life 



Disa K. Pratt 

Hometown: Cohasset, MA 

Major: International Business, Spanish 



Patricia A. Porcello 



Disa K. Pratt 




Anne Rebecca Prince 

Hometown: Sudbury, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Dawn M. Prunier 

Hometown: Charlton, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Hangouts: Ruby's, II Grotto Strada, 
Fenway Park, Boston Garden 
Ambition: To be happy 



Anne Rebecca Prince 



Dawn M. Prunier 




Joy Anne Rankl 

Hometown: Marlborough, CT 

Major: Economics, Government 

Hangouts: Guatala Harry's, Friday's, 

theater, New York City 

Ambition: To be successful and happy 

in both my professional and personal 

life 



Donna Reade 

Hometown: Braintree, MA 
Major: Communications 



Joy Anne Rankl 



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Donna Reade 




Tami Sue Reckler 

Hometown: Flemington, NJ 
Major: Management, Marketing 
Ambitions: success and satisfaction 



Elizabeth A. Reed 

Hometown: S. Dartmouth, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Tami Sue Reckler 



Elizabeth A. Reed 




Abby Elizabeth Reeves 

Hometown: Huntington, NY 
Major: English, Communications 
Hangouts: Friday's, Steve's Ice Cream 
Nickname: Abs 

Ambitions: To become successful and 
happy in my career and life 



Amy Reiss 

Hometown: Hartsdale, NY 

Major: International Business, Spanish 



Abby Elizabeth Reeves 



Amy Reiss 




Kathleen A. Rejman 

Hometown: Enfield, CT 
Major: Math, Economics 



Ann Marie Restuccia 

Hometown: Nahant, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Kathleen A. Rejman 



Ann Marie Restuccia 



89 



Faith M. Richardson 

Hometown: Hull, MA 
Major: Finance, Government 
Hangouts: B.C., Ice Cream Factory 



Joanne Rizzotto 

Hometown: No. Weymouth, MA 
Major: Nutrition 




Faith M. Richardson 



Joanne Rizzotto 



Kathryn A. Roark 

Hometown: Bethesda, MD 
Major: Management 
Nickname: Kitty 



Michelle A. Rober 

Hometown: Weymouth, MA 
Major: English, Communications 




I 



Kathryn A. Roark 



Michelle A. Rober 



Sarah D. Robertson 

Hometown: Worcester, MA 
Major: Communications 



Maria E. Rodrigues 

Hometown: Dorchester, MA 
Major: Communications 




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Sarah D. Robertson 



Maria E. Rodrigues 



Noelynn Rolle 

Hometown: Nassau N.P. 
Major: Biology, Psychology 



Jamie Beth Rose 

Hometown: Hull, MA 

Major: Public Relations, Government 

Hangouts: The Ritz — NYC, the Mods, 

the Cape, MA's, Hard Rock Cafe — 

London 

Ambitions: $$$ 



Janet Lynne Rosenberg 

Hometown: Stoughton, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Hangouts: 3rd floor of science building, 

the Fens 

Ambition: To be a success in whatever I 

do 




Lisa Rose Roth 

Hometown: Warren, VT 
Major: Management 



Noelynn Rolle 



Jamie Beth Rose 




Janet Lynne Rosenberg 



Lisa Rose Roth 



Kristin A. Rowe 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Amy Elizabeth Rutstein 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 

Major: Psychology 

Ambition: To contribute new knowledge 

to the discipline of psychology through 

research 




Kristin A. Rowe 



Amy E. Rutstein 



91 




Elizabeth Anne Ryan 

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio 
Major: Finance, Economics 
Hangouts: the Ritz — NYC, the Mods, 
the Cape, MA's, Hard Rock Cafe — 
London 

Nickname: Betsy 
Ambition: $$$ 



Robin L. Ryan 

Hometown: Natick, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Elizabeth Anne Ryan 



Robin L. Ryan 




Elizabeth Ayres Sabel 

Hometown: Coral Gables, FL 

Major: Management, Accounting 

Hangouts: Cask, TEP, Steve's, Lord and 

Taylor's 

Nickname: Liz, Lizzie 

Ambition: To be successful and enjoy 

life 



Maura Denise Salvucci 

Hometown: Swampscott, MA 
Major: Communications 
Ambition: To be successful 



Elizabeth Ayres Sabel 



Maura Denise Salvucci 




Marjorie L. Salz 

Hometown: West Hartford, CT 
Major: Psychology 



Hope A. Sandler 

Hometown: Manchester, NH 
Major: Management 



Marjorie L. Salz 



92 



Hope A. Sandler 




Julie M. Schaeffer 



Tammy L. Schumpert 



Julie M. Schaeffer 

Hometown: Acton, MA 
Major: Nutrition 




Tammy L. Schumpert 

Hometown: Providence, Rl 

Major: Management, Accounting 

Hangouts: Ruby's, Student 

Employment 

Nickname: Schumpy, Tarn 

Ambition: Learning to lift myself higher 

carrying my own space with me; taking 

my spirit by the hand and leading it 

upward. 

Natalie Jo Schwartzstein 

Hometown: Millburn, NJ 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Cask 

Nickname: Nate 

Ambition: To be Dean of a small 

women's college situated in the 

metropolis of Boston and located at 300 

the Fenway. 



Jane Ellen Scott 

Hometown: Chelmsford, MA 
Major: Management, Government 
Hangouts: NYC . the Ritz, the Mods, the 
Cape, MA's, Hard Rock Cafe — London 
Ambition: $$$ 



Natalie Jo Schwartzstein 



Jane Ellen Scott 




Karen L. Scott 

Hometown: Keene, NH 
Major: Management 



Paula Lynn Seiferth 

Hometown: Clifton Park, NY 
Major: History, Art History 



Karen L. Scott 



Paula L. Seiferth 



93 




Laurie A. Shaffer 



Sarah A. Shealy 



Laurie A. Shaffer 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Management 



Sarah A. Shealy 

Hometown: Coronado, CA 
Major: Communications, English 




Joanne C. Sheridan 

Hometown: South Weymouth 

Major: Government 

Hangouts: "Simmons, Arnold, Smith" 

Nickname: Jo 

Ambition: To become a top 

administrator in a large university. 



Debra Sherman 

Hometown: Longmeadow, MA 

Major: Biology 

Hangouts: Dad's, the Cask, Faneuil Hall 

Nickname: Debi 

Ambition: To be accepted at medical 

school and survive it 



Joanne C. Sheridan 



Debra Sherman 




Elisabeth A. Silby 

Hometown: Potomac, MD 
Major: Government 



Susan Jean Silver 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Retail Management 



Elisabeth A. Silby 



Susan Jean Silver 



94 




Sally Leggett Sisson 



Carla Marie Skinder 




Sally Leggett Sisson 

Hometown: Cohasset, MA 

Major: Communications Depth: History, 

Government 



Carla Marie Skinder 

Hometown: Natick, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Hangouts: the Galapagos and 

Munchkin's Pad 

Nickname: Pie 

Ambition: Ride horses, see the world 

and be a great nurse . . . not necessarily 

in that order 



Mora Slater 

Hometown: Hamilton, NY 
Major: Art History 



Susan Elizabeth Slattery 

Hometown: Winchester, MA 
Major: Management 



Nora Slater 



Susan Elizabeth Slattery 




Regina Anne Sleefe 

Hometown: Cambridge, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Andrea (I. Smith 

Hometown: Granby, CT 

Major: Management 

Hangouts: Steve's Ice Cream, the Cask, 

TEP 

Nickname: Ange 

Ambition: To be successful and happy 



Regina Anne Sleefe 



95 



Carol A. Smith 

Hometown: Norfold, MA 

Major: Biology 

Ambition: To work in some area of 

Biology and most likely continue my 

education 



Janet Lee Smith 

Hometown: Rockport, MA 

Major: Biology 

Hangouts: Who's on First 

Nickname: Janet 

Ambition: To become an educated, 

strong and self-supporting female in a 

male oriented society 




Jacqueline L. Souza 

Hometown: Falmouth, MA 
Major: Communications 



Elisa Spagnuollo 

Hometown: Westport, CT 
Major: Nursing 



Carol A. Smith 



Janet Lee Smith 




Angela Spalaris 

Hometown: Somerville, MA 

Major: Chemistry 

Nickname: Angie 

Ambition: To be happy and successful 



Jacqueline L. Souza 



Elisa Spagnuollo 



Ann Marie Starzyk 

Hometown: Chicopee, MA 

Major: English, Communications 

Hangouts: Fenway Park, 253 Evans, 

MFA, Pizzeria Gno 

Nickname: Anya 

Ambition: To be a journalist and to 

write the Great American Novel 




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Angela Spalaris 



Ann Marie Starzyk 



Barbarajeanne L. Stavish 

Hometown: Trumbull, CT 
Major: Management, Accounting 
Hangouts: Bay Tower room, the Hub, 
Maxwells, Metro, and Beatley Library 
Nickname: Beege or Bj. 
Ambition: Short term: CPA, MBA, MS, 
and Partner; Long term: health; 
happiness; success 



Elizabeth S. Stevens 

Hometown: Newburyport, MA 
Major: Psychology 




Barbarajeanne L. Stavish 



Elizabeth S. Stevens 



(Catherine E. Stinehour 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Kristen Storrs 

Hometown: Simsbury, CT 

Major: Mathematics and Economics 




Wendy Strauss 

Hometown: Prairie Village, KS 

Major: Psychology 

Hangouts: Faneuil Hall, Harvard 

Square, Newbury St. 

Ambition: To know what my life's 

ambition is 



Katherine E. Stinehour 



Kristen Storrs 



Lina Tsz-Lan Su 

Hometown: Shatin New Terr. 
Major: English 




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Wendy Strauss 



Lina Tsz-Lan Su 



97 




Gloria M. Suarez 



Karen Jean Sugg 




Susan Summerson 



Andrea L. Talanian 




Melissa S. Thomas 



Catherine Ann Thorpe 



Gloria M. Suarez 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Karen Jean Sugg 

Hometown: Little Rock, AR 
Major: Economics 



Susan Summerson 

Hometown: Presque Isle, ME 

Major: Psychology, Art 

Nickname: Sue 

Ambition: To be a clinical psychologist 

and an art therapist 



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Andrea L. Talanian 

Hometown: Milton, MA 
Major: Finance, Government 
Hangouts: Friday's, Faneuil Hall 
Ambition: To be a board member of the 
Federal Reserve and to have a happy, 
close family 



Melissa S. Thomas 

Hometown: North Eastham, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Nickname: Missy 

Ambition: To always strive to fulfill my 

dreams 



Catherine Ann Thorpe 

Hometown: Houston, TX 

Major: Management, Finance, 

Accounting 

Nickname: Kit 

Ambition: To be a specialist 



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Sandra J. Thurston 

Hometown: Quincy, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Nickname: Sandy 



Lisa L. Tiberi 

Hometown: Attleboro, MA 
Major: Biology 



Sandra J. Thurston 



Lisa L. Tiberi 




Helena M. Titus 

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA 
Major: International Business, 
Economics 



Carmen M. Torruella 

Hometown: Ponce, PR 
Major: Biology 



Helena M. Titus 



Carmen M. Torruella 




Maryann Whalen Tremblay 



Ellen Tully 



Maryann Whalen Tremblay 

Hometown: East Long Meadow, MA 
Major: Management, Marketing 



Ellen Tully 

Hometown: Revere, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To succeed in Physical 
Therapy 



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Stacey L. Turner 

Hometown: New Haven, CT 
Major: Management 



Melinda Ulrich 

Hometown: Durham, NH 
Major: Graphics 



Geraldine J. Van Dissel 

Hometown: Wellesley, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Jean Marie van Heerden 

Hometown: South Dartmouth, MA 
Major: Psychology 

Ambition: To be a Clinical Psychologist 
and to live and enjoy life in general 




Geraldine Van Dissel 



Jean Marie van Heerden 



Jane E. Van Nostrand 

Hometown: Brightwaters, NY 
Major: Communications 



Blair G. Van Os 

Hometown: Petersham, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Hangouts: Wherever Fat City plays 
Nickname: Blaise 




Jane E. Van Nostrand 



Blair G. Van Os 



100 



Elizabeth A. Walsh 

Hometown: Kingston, MA 
Major: Nutrition 



Mary L. Waterman 

Hometown: Hanover, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 




Marjorie J. West 

Hometown: Winthrop, ME 
Major: Medical Technology 



Carol Wilkinson 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Psychology; Minor: English 
Hangouts: Metro, Carmen's House 
Ambition: To have a successful career 
and a happy home 



Kim Williams 

Hometown: 
Major: 



Suzanne Williams 

Hometown: Rockport, MA 
Major: Communications, Spanish 



Elizabeth A. Walsh 



Marjorie J. West 



Mary L. Waterman 




Carol Wilkinson 

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Kim Williams 



Suzanne Williams 






101 




Janice R. Willson 

Hometown: Allston, MA 
Major: Finance, Economics 



Diana S. Wilson 

Hometown: Winchester, MA 
Major: Management 



Janice R. Willson 



Diana S. Wilson 





Tobi D. Wiseman 

Hometown: Sharon, MA 
Major: English, Public Relations 
Hangouts: Matt Garretts, Any BayBank 
Machine, Loew's Monte Carlo 
Ambition: To find the meaning of life 
and make a million on the film rights 



Leslie Ann Wolfson 

Hometown: Miami, FL 

Major: Retail Management 

Hangouts: Houlahans, Hong Kong, 

Boathouse, Studio 54 

Ambition: To be successful and happy 

in whatever my chosen profession turns 

out to be 



Tobi D. Wiseman 



Leslie Ann Wolfson 




Ann S. Wong 



Linda Woo 



Ann S. Wong 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Government 
Hangout: Spinakers 
Ambition: To have it all 



Linda Woo 

Hometown: Cambridge, MA 
Major: Biology 



102 




Margaret Lenore Woods 

Hometown: Short Hills, NJ 

Major: Arts Administration 

Hangouts: Anywhere my friends are 

Nickname: Peggy 

Ambition: To live life to the fullest, one 

must take risks - my ambition is to 

always be able to take those risks 



Leslie B. Wright 

Hometown: Winchester, MA 
Major: Management 



Margaret Lenore Woods 



Leslie B. Wright 




Susan L. Wyrwas 

Hometown: Lynnfield, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Diane M. Yanni 

Hometown: Berwyn, PA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Susan L. Wyrwas 



Diane M. Yanni 




Theresa Yasonis 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Biology 



Vivian Yee 

Hometown: Chestnut Hill, MA 
Major: Finance, Economics 
Ambition: To make at least $10,000 and 
get an American Express card 



Theresa Yasonis 



Vivian Yee 



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Caroline Yung 

Hometown: Sao Paulo 
Major: Advertising 



Michelle L. Zachary 

Hometown: Bloomington, MN 
Major: Public Relations 




Caroline Yung 



Michelle L. Zachary 



Diane E. Zampine 

Hometown: No. Scituate, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Rebecca S. Zigelbaum 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 
Major: Management, Accounting 
Hangouts: Copperfields, The Towers, 
Simmons Hall, Harvard, Faneuil Hall, 
Newbury St., Any happy hour 
Nickname: Zig 

Ambition: To be a lead singer in a rock 
band 



Diane Fabiani 

Hometown: Andover, MA 
Major: International Relations 



Stacy Alexandra Smith 

Hometown: Franklin Lakes, NJ 
Major: English, French 
Hangouts: Pub St. Germain, "10" 
Odeon, The Cask, and the Boathouse 




Diane E. Zampine 



Rebecca S. Zigelbaum 




Diane Fabiani 



Stacy Alexandra Smith 



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Simmons in Retrospect 



"Fun, challenging, great friendships, memories that will last 
forever . . . loved every minute!" "Four fun-filled years I'll never 
forget" "If I knew then what I know now . . ." "So many 
memories in a few short years and so little time to share the 
laughter and the tears. Thank you for being there: Lisa, Lynn, 
Colleen, Laurie, Bagel . . . Mom and Dad." "To Howard, my 
family, and my friends with real majors — thanks for your 
laughter, support, and love." "It's been real!" "Thanks for all the 
wonderful memories." "Many great friends were made here and 
many good times were had. These friends and memories I will 
have for a lifetime, hopefully!" "Under pressure" "Challenging 
and fun times with fellowship, field hockey and the P.T. dept." 
"The constancy of purpose is the secret to success." "I have 
never allowed my classes to stand in the way of my education" 
"I've had a great time meeting people from all walks of life." "It's 
a nice place, but I wouldn't want to live there." "As a transfer 
student, I have great respect for Simmons. It has taught me 
independence, true friendship, and high standards for my life." "I 
will always remember my friends here at Simmons and the 
'crazy', fun times we had together!" "Bermuda College Week — 
1982 . . . many good times with great people! A fine education." 
"Thanks to my friends and the city of Boston for making my 
college experience rewarding." "Commuting beats residing — 
except with Tobi, Excellent Education" "1 like Simmons' 
practical approach to education, particularly in the 
Communications and Management departments." "Crew saved 
me from losing my sanity. Thanks to many friends from the 
classes of 1981, '82 and '83. Much love to Rickie Lee." "I will 
always value the friendships made and the time spent at 
Simmons College; 1 entered as a girl and will be leaving as a 
woman." "Fun, Educational" 



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L to R: Laura Cohen, Kathy Rabusesky, Jane Goodman, Stacy Berman, Lisa Green, Sue Brodsky, Stacey Brooks, B. J. Stavish, Sue 
Pinette, Nancy Leibowitz. 



COMPUTER SCIENCE LIAISON 




L to R: Sarah Kennelly, Ana Bachmann, Mary Kaldis, Terry Hubbard. 



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BLACK HISPANIC ORGANIZATION 




1st Row, L to R: Gail Hanna, Cathy Brown, Ellen Barbour, Carol McLaurin. 2nd Row, L to R. Michelle Meed, Michelle Walker, LaSaundra 
Leach, Connie Coles, Helena Titus. Not Pictured: Candyce Polk, Sybil Farley, Ann Marie Tomlinson, Vivian Rhinehart, Angele Buefort. 



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L to R Kristen Heiman, Michelle Albert, Carolyn Chen, Kate Gloekler, Sue Cohen, Kelly McDermott, Amy Rolnick, Janice Olson (not pic 
tured) Fllen Murphy, Ann Tomlinson, Pam A. Holmes, Sandy Metheny, Lynn Poweli. 



WOMEN'S CENTER 




L to R Susan O'Loughlin, Sue Hall, Julie Frank, Susan Horowitz, Julie Welch. Missing: Linda Apple, Heidi Huhn, Pam Kenne, Caroline 
Mailhot, Cindy Smith, Rebecca Solomon, Tobi Wiseman. 



MODEL UN 




1st Row, L-R: Lorna Kay Rosen, Mary Beth Williams, Kristen Small, Lucia Miya. 2nd Row: Sue Brodsky, Disa Pratt, Regina Fernandes, 
Susan Elridge, Alicia Armstrong. 



CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 




Kathy Zenie, Bonnie Burton, Heather Merideth. 



ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION 



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L to R: Karen Scott, B. J. Stavish, Tammy Schumpert, Liz Sabel, Lynn O'Toole. 

ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT 
SOCIETY 



L to R: Julie Margil, Rebecca Hertzbach, Maria Levy. 



SENIOR CLASS 



Sandi Metheny, President, Lisa Evans, Treasurer, Harriet Lurensky, Secretary, missing, Karen Keane, Vice-President. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



L to R: Kim Strob Treasurer, Raichel Vogel Secretary, Susan Cohen President, Sue Hardy Vice-President. 



THE JANCIS 




L to R: Leslie Palmer, Julie Frank, Robyn Liverant, Carrie Kimball, Susan Horowitz — Editor, Suanne Peterson, Sarah Shealy, Karen Ken- 
nedy, Susan Heath. Missing: Elaine Konopka — Past Editor, Nancy Coleman, Andrea Smith, Jennifer Klebanoff, Robin Blum. 



OOR LITTLE BLACK BOOK 




Theresa Hooper, Constance J. Coles, Tammy Schumpert, Cathy Brown, Genine Grant, Carol McLaurin, Michelle Walker, Lasaundra Leach. 



Simmons 




Sports 



FIELD HOCKEY 

Kika Bos 
Paula Calhoun 
Kathy Cox 
Jennifer Hare 
Pamela Parker 
Theresa Schoonmaker 
Lisa Vigneau 
Tracy Turner 
Michelle CJffer 
Alex Pannell 
Anne Arena 
Tara Hageman 



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CREW (VARSITY) 

Anna Bachman 
Sue Bromley 
Carolyn Bussey 
Patti Casaprima 
Heidi Carter 
Allyson Hemmer 
Carrie Kimball 
Jennifer King 
Wendy Larson 
Sue Laub 
Harriet Lurensky 
Kim Manchester 
Claire Melville 
Whitney Miskill 
Jil Mooradian 
Sue Morse 
Mary O'Connell 
Nancy Pease 
Kim Sherry 
Kris Storrs 
Laura Wilkinson 
Tracy Williams 



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CROSS COUNTRY 

Amy Branthawer 
Mimi Fox 
Melinda Harriman 
Moira Keating 
Melina Magee 
Nancy Norton 
Karen Scott 
Carol Smith 
Mary Lou Waterman 



Sports 




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CREW (NOVICE) 

Suzanne Barrett 
Nancy Boisen 
Eileen Cahill 
Katie Cameron 
Cynthia Crane 
Nancy Curtis 
Katherine Dortch 
Betsy Eyler 
Laura Fionda 
Laurie Gibson 
Jill Hadfield 
Amy Lakin 
Gretchen Laubner 
Kim Larsson 
Amy Lincoln 
Alison Littel 
Lynne Marchetti 
Beth McCormick 
Anita Mirabella 
Jeanne Murphy 
Maura O'Connor 
Linda Oshman 
Margeaux Renolds 
Susan Scheffer 
Martha Shaw 
Andrea Smith 
Nancy Steele 
Lisa Sweenor 
Susan Therriault 
Jessica Wall 



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VOLLEYBALL 

Chris Berni 
Dawn Crane 
Elizabeth Curry 
Karen Florentino 
Danielle Hampton 
Sara Pienknagura 
Aurora Ramirez 
Kristine Redfearn 
Michelle Rexach 
Melissa Williams 
Catherine Wong 




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TENNIS 

Alyssa Burger 
Karen Collins 
Aisling Concannon 
Jeanne Marie Franz 
Terri Kollman 
Catherine Mattson 
Wendy Strauss 



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President William J. Holmes 




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Vice President Priscilla L. McKee 




Dean Charlotte Morocco 




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Afro- American Studies 



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Floyd Barbur, Claire Wilkerson-Giralamo 



Alumnae Office 



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Kathryn Battillo, Kristan Peterson, Nancy Chapin, Julie Paige. Missing: Mary Jane Doherty. 



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Art and Music 




Margo Green, Robert Gronquist, Thomas Wallage, Dana Chandler, Robert Oppenheim, Alicia Faxon. 





Sandra Williams, Richard Nickerson, Rachel Skvirsky, Louis Irwin, Joel Piperberg, Georgia Duker. Missing: Karen Talentino. 



Career Resource and Counseling 




Johnathan Ehrenworth, Louise Christian, Lourdes Rodriquez-Nogues. 




William Ehlhardt, Jerry Bell, Peter Bowers, Iclal Hartman, James Piper. Missing: Leonard Soltzberg. 



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Communications 




June Van Gestel, Lynda Beltz, Alden Poole, Bob White, Deborah Smiley, Virginia Bratton, Debbie Malina. Missing: Susan Barron, Reggie Jackson, Ferris McCabe. 



Economics 




Jim Bryan, Barbara Sawtelle, Donald Basch. Missing: Gautam Chatterjee, Harriet Tolpin, Robert Koopman. 



151 



Education 




Kathleen Lynman, Lydia Smith, Elizabeth Rawlins, Helen Guttentag, Alice van Densen, Christine Polewski, Debra Mesch, Ellie 
Roberts. Missing: Georgia Noble, Bard Hamlen, Sheila Oranch. 




David Gullette, Charles L'Homme, J. Douglas Perry, Judith Wittenberg, Mary Jo Demaso, Pamela Bromberg, George Nitchie, 
Richard Sterne, William Manly, Lawrence Langer, Lydia Smith. 



152 



Foreign Language and Literatures 




Maria-Paz Staulo, Don McKeen, Wayne Ishikawa, Susan Keane, Charles Mackey, Nancy Hall, Celeste Kostopulous-Cooperman, 
Mary Jane Treacy. Missing: Raquel Ferguson, Helen Mamikonian, Waltruad Mitgutsch. 



Government 




Carroll Miles, Catherine Conaghan, Hrach Gregorian, Deborah Miner. 



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Richard Lyman, John Hunter, Mark Solomon, Henry Halko, Laurie Crumpacker. 



Library Staff 




Ann Katra, Megan Sniffin-Marinoff, Susan Levy, Suzanne Tutenberg, Marian Francois, Cheryl Brigante, Daphne Harrington, Paula 
Ebbit, Alphonse Vinh, Ilze Olmstead, Helen Hanson, Audrey Potter, Artemis Kirk, Wendy Mackey, Martha Davidson, Mary Ann 
Duhig, Leonard Clarle. 



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Management 




Katherine Bevacqua, Linda Moore, Lucia Miree, Artemis March, David Echevarria, Mary King, Russell Boisjoly. Missing: Marilyn Mackey, Loe Parente, John Pfaff, 

Bruce Warren. 



Mathematics 




Malini Pillai, Richard Cormier, Robert Goldman, John Garberson, David Browder, Margaret Menzin. Missing: Alice Schafer. 



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Nursing 




Jeanne Hubelbank, Phyllis Moore, Lois Schoppee, Maria Bueche, Janice Mackin, Lenone Woodley, Elizabeth Howard, Susan Blankenship, Penelope Glynn, Corrine 
Solomon, Jeanne Berk, Judy Beal, Maureen McCausland, Ann Lord, Helen McLaughlin, Alice Hosack. Missing: Tish Thornley, Ginny Felice. 



Nutrition 




Marion Mason, Nancie Herbold, Agnes Huber, Katherine Bevacqua, Carole Dichter. 



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Philosophy 




Carol Ochs, Brad Art. Missing: Ynhui Park, Robert Gooding-Williams. 



Physical Therapy 





Cathy Walls, Lynn Palmer, Jan Toms, Bette Ann Thomas, Marge lonta, Sharon Marich, Roberta Waltz, Mary Owens, Lynne Weisel, Diane Jette, Tracy Blalock, Linda 

Smith, Susan Perry, Daniel Barboriak. 



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Constantine Dokos, Edward Prenowitz, Robert Vernon. 




Teresa Carterette, Diane Coulopoulos, Donald Thomas, Barbara Gentile. Missing: Peter Castle, Lillian Grayson. 



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Milton Shuch, Norma Rusbar Missing: Kristen Bird. 



Sociology 




Stephen London, Elaine Hagopian, Rachel Forman, Caryl Goodman. 



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Student Activities 




Marita Rosen, Sue Stockton, Karen Scott, Karen Sugg, Andrea Turner. Missing: Julianna Dunn, Muara Salvucci, Michelle Goldstein. 



Student Employment 




Ann Shaw, Laura Klein. 



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Jetliner Tragedy Leaves 269 Dead, 

World Outraged 



Tragedy occurred early in our first semester of 
senior year, when a South Korean jumbo jetliner 
carrying 269 innocent citizens was fired upon 
and destroyed by Soviet forces who claimed the 
plane was invading their air space. 

As the lost 747 jet, en route from Anchorage to 
Seoul, traveled to its destination, it was tracked 
by Soviet forces and followed by a fighter pilot 
for 14 minutes. Reports show evidence indicating 
the Soviets had full knowledge that they were 
destroying a civilian commercial aircraft. 

President Reagan charged Moscow with a 
"barbaric act" and replied to Russian claims of 
innocence by demanding, "What can be said 
about Soviet credibility when they so flagrantly 
lie about such a heinous act?" 

Besides denying the charges, Soviet officials 
went one step further and accused the U.S. of 
implanting spy equipment on the plane and 
masquerading it within a civilian aircraft. There 
is no evidence that Korean Air Lines Flight 007 
was anything but a normal passenger run that 
somehow went wrong. 

The crises began as routine: the flight's regular 
11:50 pm departure from New York's Kennedy 
International Airport. The Boeing 747 boarded 73 
Koreans, at least 39 Americans, 28 Japanese and 
smaller groups of passengers from at least nine 
other countries. One late booking went to U.S. 
Rep. Lawrence McDonald, Democrat of Georgia, 
the ultraconservative lawmaker and chairman of 
flight. McDonald had just missed the earlier 



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Free in 
Space 

Astronauts Bruce McCandless and 
Robert Stewart unhooked lifelines 
on February 7 and became the first 
humans to fly free in space. 

They used a gas-powered jet-pack 
to propel themselves more than 300 
feet from the shuttle Challenger. 

Both men and shuttle were 
streaking along at 17,400 mph, but in 
airless, boundless space, there was 
no sensation of such speed. 

The jet-packs will allow 
untethered astronauts to retrieve and 
repair satellites in flight. NASA 
spent $10 million on their premiere 
jet-pack. 

McCandless, a 46-year-old ex- 
Navy aviator, was 165 miles over 
Hawaii when he began his historic 
walk about 8:10 am EST. Stewart's 
walk began about two hours later. 

Challenger touched down at The 
Kennedy Space Center in Cape 
Canaveral, Florida, with a perfect 
landing on February 11. The mission 
was hailed a complete success. 



flight. 

Flight 007 had some kind of trouble. In his last 
talk with Tokyo, Captain Chon gave Flight 007's 
position as 1 13 miles southeast of the island 
Hokkaido; but Tokyo radar showed the plane 113 
miles north of Hokkaido, the John Birch Society. 
McDonald was flying to Seoul for ceremonies 
marking the 30th anniversary of the U.S. — 
Korean mutual defense treaty. He was to join 
other U.S. Representatives who had taken an 
earlier heading toward Sakhalin, a Soviet island. 
One mystery is why Japanese controllers 
apparently did not steer him back on course. 



Another question was how the Captain could 
have gotten lost in the first place. With the 
sophistication of the Boeing navigational 
systems; technical failure, such as radio or radar 
breakdown, is highly unlikely. 

Meanwhile, at an airport in Seoul, friends and 
relatives waited for the plane that was "running 
late." When news of the disaster broke, South 
Koreans, Japanese, Americans, and the rest of the 
free world turned to the Soviets demanding an 
explanation, apologies, and compensation for 
families of victims. To this day, they have 
received none of the above. 







SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — Carrying placards some 5,000 Korean Christians gathered at Seoul's 
Youngnak Church for an anti-Soviet rally to protest the shooting down of the Korean Air Lines jetliner with 

269 people killed. 9/6/83. 

Tsongas Says Goodbye to Senate 

Massachusetts Senator Paul E. Tsongas bid a sad farewell to politics during 
mid-January, announcing that he would not seek re-election due to a "chronic 
illness." 

That illness was reported several days later to be a mild form of lymph-node 
cancer. Doctors reportedly told Tsongas that the illness itself would not prevent 
him from serving a second six-year term, but Tsongas cited his family 
obligations as his deepest responsibility. 

Tsongas, his wife and three daughters are residents of Lowell, where Tsongas 
began his political career. He served as a city councilman, a county 
commissioner, won a House seat in 1974, and defeated former Republican 
Senator Edward W. Brooke in 1978. 



James Watt 

Resigns as 

Interior Chief 



If you strive to please some of the people 
some of the time, then by pleasing all of the 

Ceople none of the time, James Watt outdid 
imselfinl983. 

By one unscientific estimate, the former 
secretary of the interior managed to offend 
roughly 85 percent of the American public 
over his two-and-a-half year span in office. He 
was quoted as describing Indian reservations 
as "an example of the failure of socialism," 
termed Beach Boy fans drug and alcohol 
abusers, named liberals "un-American" and 
referred to supporters of pro-choice as forces 
similar to those which created the Holocaust. 

Watt was most infamous for a later 
statement however, in which he described the 
members of his newly-formed coal-lease 
commission. 

"We have every kind of mix you can have," 
he said proudly. "... a black ... a woman, two 
Jews and a cripple. And we have talent." 

The remark spurred public outcry for Watt 
to vacate his position in the Reagan 
administration. Formal apologies had been 
sufficient in Watt's earlier verbal blunders, 
but this time Republican lawmakers feared the 
impact of Watt on the Reagan administration 
and reelection campaign and the Republican 
party as a whole. 

No one was surprised when Watt left his 
position of interior secretary several October 
days later. The shock came when Reagan 
announced that he planned to nominate 
national-security advisor William P. Clark to 
the post. Not only did this leave an urgent 
vacancy on the National Security Council, but 
it left environmentalists wondering out loud. 
What experience in environmental issues 
could Clark claim? Many wilderness club 
leaders said they doubted if Clark could even 
name the most famous national parks and 
environmental societies. 

Clark did assume the position however, and 
was replaced by Robert C. McFarlane, a former 
deputy national security advisor and Middle 
East envoyTurned 
Professor 



Robert E. White assumed the Warburg Chair 
as Professor of International Relations at 
Simmons in September of 1983. 

White, who specializes in Central and South 
American matters, taught the course Central 
America and the United States. 

During his twenty-five years in the Foreign 
Service, White served as Director of Peace 
Corps activity of Central America and U.S. 
Ambassador to Paraguay from 1977 to 1979. 
His most recent Foreign Service position was 
U.S. Ambassador of El Salvador where he 
served from 1979 up until he was dismissed 
from his post under the Reagan 
Administration in February, 1981. 

In addition to his professorship at Simmons, 
White is a Senior Fellow with the Center for 
Development Policy in Washington, D.C. 




NEWPORT, R.I., SEPT. 26 — The Australian 12-meter yacht 
Australia II, (KA6), leads U.S. Liberty in the fifth leg of the 25th 
America's Cup, enroute to the first ever foreign in the 132-year-old 



event. 



Australia II Wins in Newport 

A 132-year winning streak came to an end late September when the Australia 
II defeated the Liberty in the greatest challenge in the history of the America's 
Cup. 

The new fastest 12-meter yacht in the world held a total winning margin 
nearly five minutes faster than Liberty, despite the fact that Australia II was 
defeated in the first two of seven races. 

The victory of the cup means the site of the 1984 race will be switched from 
the traditional Newport, Rhode Island finishline to foreign waters and winds of 
Australia. It also means the ancient cup was removed from a pedestal at the 
New York Yacht Club and sent to a new resting ground in Australia, at least 
until next year. 



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Journalist Offers Answers to 
Diplomatic Questions 



By Susan Horowitz 

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Seymour Hersh 
spoke at Simmons on November 15 about "The Price 
of Power: Journalism and the Foreign Policy," 
telling the audience that the United States had been 
"fighting immorality with immorality," and that 
perhaps the people of this country should demand to 
know more about the character of their leaders. 

Hersh, who has won more than a dozen major 
journalism prizes, including the Pulitzer, for among 
other things, his uncovering of the My Lai Massacre, 
kicked off this year's Lowell Lecture series speaking 
to a capacity crowd at Simmons. 

Speaking in the wake of the bombing in Beirut and 
the invasion of Grenada, Hersh said the bottom line 
for him was morality. 

According to Hersh, this morality is closely linked 
with the power of the presidency, particularly in 
instances of foreign policy. The president has two 
divine rights in foreign policy. "1) The power to 
unilaterally order American men into combat around 
the world and put them in situations where they're 
exposed to hostile fire without appropriate 
consultation with Congress or the people, and 2) he 



(the President) has the right to lie to the American 
people and the press about it," Hersh said. 

Applying these divine rights to concrete 
situations, Hersh took the audience through much of 
the Watergate scandal pointing out several cover-ups 
and gaps between events and public's knowledge of 
these events. These rights, however, are not 
exclusive to any single president, according to 
Hersh. 

In the case of the Grenada incident, Hersh said 
that there is still no real answer as to why Reagan 
went into Granada. It had nothing really to do with 
the students, and there is no real evidence that the 
Cubans or the Soviets would have any reason to 
leave a protective defensible base in Cuba and go 
300 or 400 miles away to an undefensible position, 
he said. 

One of the problems with winning a war such as 
Grenada is that the victor has to occupy that country, 
Hersh said. "We're fighting immorality with 
immorality. How important is it? Perhaps we should 
turn a blind eye to some of these things; after all, ask 
not what the country can do for you, etcetera, 
etcetera," Hersh said. 




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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., SEPT. 17 — Vanessa Williams (left), the 
new Miss America, is shown; as she is crowned by the outgoing Miss 
America, Debra Maffett. This is the first time that a black woman has 
won the contest. 



Hersh told the audience that this immorality 
extends into Central America as well. "We're in very 
deep in Central America. If I were writing for the 
New York Times, I know that I'd be writing that he 
(Reagan) had decided to go to war (Central America) 
in February 1983," Hersh said. The issue for Reagan 
is not the political cost, according to Hersh. Instead, 
Reagan thinks this is the legacy he must leave: not to 
have a communist state existing in Central America. 

Hersh insists that this country is getting itself in 
deeper and deeper because now we all live with the 
threat of nuclear war. According to Hersh, it's no 
longer a question of when, but a question of what 
will happen when it's over; will anyone be left? 

Deployment of the Pershing II and Cruise missiles 
in West Germany had only heightened the situation. 
According to Hersh, the deployment has quickened 
our attack time to much of the Soviet Union to 3 to 5 
minutes. Soviet response will be predictable, 
according to Hersh. They will move their 
submarines just outside of New York and New 
Hampshire and Savannah and San Francisco said 
Hersh. 

All of this is coming at a time when relations 
between the United States and the Soviet Union are 
at a low. "And all of this progress is in the name of 
the policy of fighting immorality with immorality," 
Hersh said. 

In the midst of all this turmoil is the press, 
according to Hersh. Often the American public looks 
to the press to expose the truths, and the Watergate 
scandal helped to encourage the notion of the 
almighty press. But a lot of the information the press 
gets is after the fact. According to Hersh, the 
American public did not learn about the B52 
bombing of Cambodia, or the wire tappings or the 
CIA in Chile or the CIS's domestic spying until after 
the 1972 elections. 

Therefore, said Hersh, an argument can be made 
against the press because by failing to penetrate the 
White House, the press may in some way have made 
Watergate possible because it gave Nixon the 
thought that he had a free rein. Nixon, for example, 
burned the White House tapes because there was no 
one to stop him, no one to make him accountable for 
his actions, according to Hersh. 

In defense of the press, Hersh said that the truth in 
this society is that the press is not to blame because 
there is no way to defeat the power of the 
presidency. "The president has the power to lie to us 
and get away with it," said Hersh. 

Hersh told the audience that "at the minimum, we 
ought to demand to know more about the character 
of the men we elect, because it's so clear that we 
relegate to them so much power and so much 
responsibility that the only restraints are going to be 
internal." 



Ma Bell 
Splits Up 

Surely breaking up is hard to do, but American 
Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) managed to drag 
us all into the act when the 107-year- old monopoly 
split on January 1. 

The split allowed competitors such as MCI and 
SPRINT to cash in on America's tendency to reach 
out and touch someone. Ironically, even baby bell 
companies created by MA Bell could now profit from 
former customers of AT&T. 

The breakup was confusing, but customers had 
basically three options. They could continue to rent 
their phones from AT&T, buy the phones they had 
been using, or turn them in and buy new ones from 
different telephone companies, department stores or 
service centers. Simmons opted to replace the black 
CENTREX model with sleek new touch tone phones 
that will be installed campus-wide during the summer 
of 84. 




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CHARLESTON, S.C., OCT. 26 — A KISS — An evacuee of Grenada pauses to kiss the ground after landing 
at the Charleston Air Force Base. Many medical students from the United States, were flown to safety after 
the U.S. troops invaded the island. 

The tiny island of Grenada was overcome with turmoil when Prime Minister Maurice Bishop, a protege of Cuba's Fidel 
Castro, was slain along with cabinet members and many civilians on October 19. 

The bloodshed prompted President Reagan to dispatch a U.S. Naval task force consisting of 2,000 Marines. The official 
purpose was to ensure the safety of 1,000 Americans, most of them medical students, who were trapped on the island. 



Many politicians speculated 
however that Reagan was primarily 
interested in flexing his military 
strength to overcome the island 
through an offensive attack. 

In response to this accusation, 
Reagan stressed the importance of 
the Americans' safety, citing the 
situation as a potential hostage crisis 
such as the seizing of the U.S. 
Embassy in Iran. 

The invasion ended the Cuban 
presence on Grenada and took out of 
commission a controversial airfield 
that the U.S. believed would have 
allowed Havana and Moscow to 
extend their power in the Caribbean 
and Central America. 

After evacuating the Americans, 
Reagan told a nationwide television 
audience on October 27 that the 



invasion conquered a Cuban plot to 
occupy the island. 

Reagan was quoted as saying, "We 
have discovered a complete base 
with weapons and communications 
equipment which makes it clear a 
Cuban occupation of the island had 
been planned." Six hundred Cubans 
had been taken prisoner in the 
invasion, Reagan added. 

Reporters were not permitted to 
accompany U.S. forces to Grenada, 
and those already there were 
ordered out. Journalists were 
allowed on the island only on the 
third day. 

U.S. forces overran a Cuban 
military facility, capturing a Cuban 
colonel along with the large amount 
of arms, communications gear and 
secret papers. 



At least 11 U.S. servicemen were 
killed in the invasion and 67 
wounded. Seven were missing. A 
dozen Cubans and a number of 
Grenadian civilians also died. The 
captured Cubans were sent back to 
Havana. 

The Reagan administration has 
charged that Havana had ambitions 
to turn Grenada into a puppet state, 
from which it could export 
Communist revolutions to other 
Caribbean islands. 

Nearly four months later, a 
nonelected interim government is 
running the island on a "caretaker" 
basis. Hopefully elections that would 
install permanent leaders will be 
held soon, and democracy will begin 
to unfold. 



165 



After "The Day After' 



Never in 1983, or possibly in the last 
decade, has there been a movie that stirred so 
much fervor even before arriving on the 
airwaves as "The Day After." Filmed and 
based primarily on a typical American setting; 
college students, farmers and everyday 
middle class residents of Lawrence, Kansas, go 
about their business believing the 
"unthinkable" nuclear devastation can never 
occur. Even when Lawrence newscasters 
announce the invasion of West Germany by 
the Soviet Union, Americans refuse to 
acknowledge that the "impossible" may soon 
become a thermonuclear reality. 

Of course the nuclear weapons are 
launched, and as estimated 100 million 
Americans watched, mass vaporizations, 
building explosions, fires, death, destruction 
beyond repair ensues. Also documented in 
"The Day After" were the unpleasant 
symptoms of radiation sickness, and the futile 
attempt by surviving townspeople to rebuild 
their community and return to a pre- 
Armageddon standard of living. 

Opponents of nuclear-freeze termed the 
film a propaganda tactic by antinuclear 
advocates attempting to attract funding and 
more participation to their campaign. 



Supporters of nuclear-freeze called "The Day 
After" a positive message of reality which 
would convince viewers of the need to 
actively respond to the government's build-up 
of nuclear weapons in this country and 
abroad. 

To help audiences deal with the emotional 
"fallout" after "The Day After," ABC held a 
special edition of Ted Koppel's "Nightline" 
with debate on all sides of issues raised in the 
film. Featured panel speakers were Carl 
Sagan, Henry Kissenger, Robert McNamara 
and William F. Buckley, Jr. The discussion was 
preceded by an address to the nation by 
Secretary of State George Shultz, who 
reconfirmed the commitment of the United 
States government to prevent such a nuclear 
holocaust from ever occurring. Three days 
later on November 23 however, the Soviet 
Union walked out of the Geneva arms talks, 
vowing to deploy a new array of 
intermediate-range missiles in response to the 
NATO deployment of cruise and Pershing II 
missiles in Western Europe. Viewers were also 
informed that actual damage resulting from a 
full nuclear strike against the United States 
would most likely be far greater than the 
events depicted in the film. 



The Growing Membership 
of the World's Nuclear Club 



Those believed 


capable 


Source of equipment 


Who could 


Source of 


of building a nuclear 


and materials 


have the 


equipment 


bomb 






bomb within 
six years 


and materials 


Argentina 




Canada, West Germany 


Australia 


U.S., Britain 


Canada 




Part of Allied 




West Germany 






World War II Project 


Austria 


U.S., 


West Germany 




U.S.,U.S.S.R. 


Belgium 


U.S., France 


Israel 




U.S. 


Brazil 


West Germany 


Italy 




U.S., Britain 


Denmark 


U.S. 


Japan 




U.S., Britain, 
Australia 


Iraq 


France, Italy 


Pakistan 




U.S., China, 

West European firms 


South Korea 


U.S., Canada 
France 


South Africa 




U.S., France 


Netherlands 


U.S., 

West Germany 


Sweden 




U.S. 


Norway 


U.S. 


Switzerland 




U.S., West Germany 


Spain 
Taiwan 


U.S., Britain 
France 
U.S., Canada 



Countries that have built and tested nuclear devices: 

United States, Soviet Union, Britain France, China, India 

Who could have the bomb within 10 years: 

Egypt, Finland, Libya, Yugoslavia 

Taken from Newsweek, December 5, 1983 



Thinking the 
"Unthinkable" 

No, nuclear war does not top the list of the 
ten best dinner topics, but the issue is an 
important and crucial one; and something we 
began to think about a little bit more during 
our first semester senior year. 

How could we not think about it; pictures of 
West German demonstrators adorned 
magazine covers, "The Day After" brought 
nuclear annihilation right into our living 
rooms, NATO began to deploy 572 Pershin II 
and cruise missiles in Europe, and the Soviet 
Union walked out of the Geneva arms talks 
threatening to field even more missiles than 
before. 

The Soviet Union refused to remove its SS- 
20s from East Germany, and even indicated 
that deployment of more missiles would occur 
to combat the "threat" of the increasing 
number of American missiles in West 
Germany. 

Public opinion in Western Europe generally 
opposes deployment. A number of 
demonstrations, candlelight vigils, speeches 
and marches took place while the missiles 
were brought into West Germany, yet missile 
deployment was approved by the West 
German parliament. 

An American consensus of public sentiment 
is that nuclear weapons do double duty; they 
threaten the world and also keep the peace. 
Effective deterrence requires stability — a 
carefully maintained balance of terror. 



166 



Savitch Dies 
in Auto Mishap 

NBC anchorwoman Jessica Savitch 
and her fiance were killed in an 
automobile accident on October 24 
in eastern Pennsylvania. 

The bodies of Ms. Savitch, 35, and 
Martin Fishbein were found in a car 
in the Delaware Canal about 35 miles 
northeast of Philadelphia. 

As a correspondent and 
newscaster for NBC-TV, she had 
earned a reported $500,000 a year. 

Her awards include an Emmy, a 
Columbia-Dupont Award, the 
National Women in 
Communications Clarion Award, 
and the Commission on Working 
Women's Special Commissioner's 
award for excellence as a New 
Reporter. 



Music . . . 



In the music scene . . . Michael Jackson's Thriller sold over 23 million copies . . . 
Jackson's Thriller video thrilled the country with its tap-dancing monsters and 
ghoulish special effects . . . MTV finally came into its own, crushing the belief that it 
was merely a 24-hour flash-in-the-pan record album ad campaign . . . The British 
Invasion rocked America and the world . . . Big Brits included Boy George and Culture 
Club, Eurythmics, The Police, Duran Duran and David Bowie . . . Back in the States, 
Lionel Richie sang and danced All Night Long, while a potpourri of recording artists 
bolstered the soundtrack to Flashdance into fame . . . 



Movies . . . 



Sophie's Choice, Tootsie, Chariots of Fire, Terms of Endearment, Silkwood, An Officer 
and a Gentleman, Scar face, Star '80, Flashdance, Fanny and Alexander, Gandhi, Yentl, 
The Hunger, Risky Business 



Play: 



Cats, Mother Courage and Her Children, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Evita, ,Night 
Mother 



Books . . . 



The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Outrageous Acts and Everday Rebellions by Gloria 
Steinem, Poland by James Michener, Pet Sematary by Stephen King, The Price of 
Power by Seymour Hersh, Having It All by Helen Gurley Brown, Heartburn by Nora 
Ephron, Motherhood — The Second Oldest Prof ession by Erma Bombeck, The One 
Minute Manager, The One Minute Employee — By Ann Marie Starzyk 



167 



Andropov Dies, New Soviet Leader Chosen 



Soviet Union President Yuri Andropov died 
February 9 at the age of 69 as a result of kidney 
failure, diabetes, and a long history of various 
medical problems. 

The new Kremlin leader, Konstantin 
Chernenko, 72, was selected by the Central 
Committee several days later. He had been a 
member of the Central Committee since 1976 
and was named to full Politburo membership 
in 1978. He was a close associate of former 
Soviet president Leonid Brezhnev. 

Since the day he took over as General 
Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party on 
November 12, 1982, Yuri Andropov carried a 
burden that would not go away — his poor 
health. 

Andropov assumed the presidency on June 
16, two days after the death of Leonid 
Brezhnev. He had not been seen in public 
since August 18, when he met with a group of 
U.S. senators in Russia. He was reported to be 
suffering from ailments including Parkinson's 
disease, degeneration of the kidney and 
diabetes. 

The lack of a visible Soviet leader made 
negotiations and interpretations of Soviet 
policy even more tense than usual. Dealings 
with Communist neighbors from Poland to 
China were mired in suspicion and hostility. 
Earlier in 1983, the Soviet Army was bogged 
down in Afghanistan with no hope of an early 
withdrawal. The world scorned the Soviet 
Union after the South Korean airliner was 
shot down on September 1. 



Ray Flynn 
Gets in 



Our senior year was a time for change, 
and one of the more visible changes was 
the departure of former Boston mayor 
Kevin White and the election of his 
successor, Raymond Flynn. 

Sixteen years is a long time in public 
office, so when White announced that he 
would not seek another term, nine 
candidates scrambled to be listed on the 
primary ticket. 

In the end, it was King vs. Flynn in a 
political showdown that casted Boston 
into the national political limelight. 
King, with his rainbow coalition, was the 
first black in Boston history who 
qualified for the runoff election. 

Both candidates campaigned for and 
supported similar issues. During the 
much-publicized debates, they stressed 
the need for more jobs, better public 
housing for the poor and the need to 
make downtown developers contribute 
more to the refurbishing of the city's 
decaying residential neighborhoods. 
Mayor White had concentrated on a 
buildup of Boston's business district 
during his years in office. 

The first televised debate among eight 
of the nine candidates was held at 
Simmons in April of 1983. Of the 
mayoral candidates Larry DiCara, David 
Finnegan, Ray Flynn, Dennis Kearney, 
Robert Kiley, and Eloise Linger, 
Finnegan seemed to have the early edge. 
Michael Gilbert, representing the 
Libertarian Party, did not attend. 

When the polls finally closed on 
November 1 1 however, Raymond Flynn 
was the new mayor of Boston. 



Foreign policy problems between the Soviet 
Union and the United States increased even 
more when the Soviet Union walked out of 
the Geneva arms talks in late November. The 
Soviet government vowed to deploy a new 
array of intermediate-range nuclear missiles 
in response to the NATO deployment of 
cruise and Pershing II missiles in Western 
Europe. As seen from the Kremlin, the NATO 
missiles were not, as the White House claims, 
intended to correct a nuclear imbalance. 
Rather, they were viewed as concrete 
evidence of the Reagan administration's 
desire to overcome the Soviet Union's 
superpower standing. 

Within Russia, lifestyles have seen little 
change from the days of Brezhnev to the 



Politburo of Andropov. A rare and disturbing 
exception is the sharp decline of Jewish, 
German and Armenian emigration. In 1979, 
Jewish emigration peaked at 51,320; it totaled 
only 1,800 in 1983. At least 9,000 Jews have 
had their requests to leave the Soviet Union 
turned down, compared to one-third that 
number in 1979. 

With the Soviet Union away from the 
negotiating table, the future of nuclear arms 
policy making, use and misuse remains in 
jeopardy. President Reagan did not attend the 
funeral, but in a statement read by his 
representative Vice Presdident George Bush, 
Reagan expressed willingness to meet with 
the new Soviet leader to discuss arms control 
issues. 




WASHINGTON, D.C., NOV. 14 — Little Lee Woo, age 4, yawns after the long trip 
from Korea on Air Force One, with 7-year-old Ahn Gi Sook as they stand with Presi- 
dent and Mrs. Ronald Reagan. The children were brought here by Mrs. Reagan for 
heart surgery. 

Laura Returns to G.H. 



In 1983, Laura (Genie 
Francis) returned to Luke 
(Tony Geary), Port Charles 
and General Hospital after a 
two year disappearance. 

Upon her return, Laura 
revealed that she had been 
kidnapped by the treacherous 
Cassadine family and forced 
to marry the evil Stavros 
Cassadine. She managed to 
escape from the island on 



which she was held against 
her will, to arrive home to 
her beloved Port Charles. 

Laura discovered that Luke 
had just been voted the 
mayor of Port Charles and 
following a tear-filled 
reunion with all of her family 
and friends, she took on the 
duties and responsibilities of 
Port Charles' first lady. 

After six weeks, Luke and 



Laura decided that city 
government was not for 
them. They left Port Charles 
to travel and to find their 
dream. 

Will Luke and Laura find 
their dream? Will they EVER 
return to Port Charles? 

Tune in tomorrow . . . 

By Ann Marie Starzyk 



There' s a 

New Place 

in Town! 



Boston met Dallas when Copley Place, 
featuring the newest branch of the Neiman- 
Marcus retailing chain, opened on February 
13. 

Neiman-Marcus offers such features as 
exclusive designer lines, personal shopping 
services for the busy professional, and of 
course unusual gifts for the person who's hard 
to buy for. Take for example, gold plated 
bathtubs, fish tanks floored with precious 
gems, or a picnic package, consisting of a 
wicker basket with crystal and china and a 
1930s MG Midget to drive around in, a 
bargain at $32,500. 

After breaking in our Neiman-Marcus 
charge cards, 79 shops remained in Copley 
Place yet to explore. Of course you could see 
mall regulars such as The Limited and Casual 
Corner, but now such names as Alfred Sung, 
Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Godiva joined the 
ranks of Boston retailers. 

Serious shopping is hard work, and for 
those in search of a late afternoon lunch or 
candlelit dinner, Copley Place offers several 
options. Arne's Seafood Restaurant and Cafe, 
Durgin Park and the Commons boasted a 
variety in menu, atmosphere, and prices. 

And for those of us who still try to have a 
good night out on five dollars, SACK theatres 
opened nine cinema complexes, one to feature 
the special "Where's Boston?" video. Perhaps 
college students will be able to afford Copley 
Place after all. 



Heart 

to 
Heart 



Massachusetts took another giant 
step forward in medicine during 
February, when a South Hadley 
pharmacist underwent New 
England's first heart transplant on 
February 2. 

Gerald P. Boucher, 43, received his 
new heart at Brigham and Women's 
Hospital. The donor was a 38-year- 
old Connecticut nurse who was 
killed in an automobile accident. 

Eight days later, a second heart 
transplant took place at Brigham and 
Women's, but this time the recipient 
was a 16-year-old boy. Matthew V. 
Shelales of Bolton received his heart 
from a 41-year-old woman from the 
Worcester area. 

Heart transplants could not be 
performed previously in New 
England because Blue Cross-Blue 
Shield had refused to cover the cost. 
That decision was reversed on 
February 1. 




NEW YORK, N.Y., MAY 25 — The night sky is illuminated by a 
shower of fireworks in celebration of the Brooklyn Bridge's 100th 
birthday party. 



What Things Cost in '83 and '84 



Simmons tuition 

Room and board 

MBTA ride 

Pay phone 

Stamp 

1 can tonic 

Movie ticket 

Time magazine 

Vogue magazine 

Mixed Drink 

Case of beer 

Cigarettes 

Boston Globe 

Boston Sunday Globe 

Album 

Large pizza 

with pepperoni 

One month's 

telephone bill 



$7,104 (per year) 

$3,488 (per year) 

$.60 

$.10 

$.20 

$.50 

$4.00 

$1.75 

$3.00 

$2.00 (approximately) 

$14.00 

$1.05 

$.25 

$1.00 

$6.50 

$6.00 

All the above combined, 

multiplied by ten 



169 




Carl Yastrzemski 



Yaz Steps to Bat 
One Last Time . . 



Baseball fans witnessed the end of an 
era when Boston Red Sox slugger Carl 
Yastrzemski retired in 1983. 

Yaz spent all of his 23 baseball 
seasons playing for the Red Sox. 
Throughout his career he was a 
member of the 1967 "Impossible Dream 
Team," 1975 World Series games, and 
near-playoff contention in 1978. 

Yaz is one of the few baseball players 
of all time to reach the plateau of 400 
homeruns and 3,000 hits. He won the 
Triple Crown and several Gold Glove 
Awards. Carl Michael Yastrzemski is 
surely a future baseball hall of famer. 

A sellout crowd of over 33 thousand 
Yaz admirers packed Fenway Park on 
October 1 to be part of the emotional 
"Yaz Day" celebration. 

During a standing ovation and cheers 
from his fans, Yaz reciprocated the 
appreciation by trotting the perimeter 



of Fenway, waving his baseball cap and 
reaching out to touch the many hands 
that were extended to him. 

In his farewell speech, Yaz, with a 
quiver in his voice, said, "This is a 
special day for me. I am extremely 
honored that so many of you came here 
to share this day with me. 

One thing that I've learned over the 
years is that Red Sox fans are the 
greatest and most loyal . . . The spirit of 
this great ballclub makes it the best 
place to play baseball in the world ... I 
will miss you. I will miss my teammates 
past and present, the clubhouse people, 
the batboys and all the terrific people 
who work at Fenway Park . . . Again, 
thank you so much and I hope I 
represented Boston and New England 
with class and dignity. New England, I 
love you." 



Yaz's Final Numbers 



Games At Bats 



3308 



11,988 



Runs 



1816 



Hits 



3,419 



Runs Batted In 



1844 



Home Runs 



452 



By Ann Marie Starzyk 



Have You Hugged Your 
Cabbage Kid Today? 



Some say they're ugly, while 
others flocked from near and far to 
adopt "the kids." For whatever 
reason, Cabbage Patch dolls were the 
epitome of gift giving this 
Christmas, complete with adoption 
papers, birth certificates, and a name 
provided by Coleco. 

And if you decided to pamper the 
little dears, accessories such as knee 
socks, lunch boxes, tote bags, sheets, 
pajamas, jewelry and bicycles were 
also available. Heaven forbid the 
Cabbage Patch kid next door should 
acquire all these possessions without 
yours having the same. 

Coleco, who preferred to be 
known as the "kid adoption agency," 
attributed the success of the dolls to 
their uniqueness. All the dolls vary 
in hair, skin color, mouth shape, type 
of clothing, position of dimples, and 
gender. Former fads such as pet 



rocks, hula hoops, slinky and silly 
putty were certainly not as intricate 
and elaborate as the dolls, but 
neither were their price tags. 

While the retail "adoption" price 
started at $25, black market kids 
could be purchased from anywhere 
between $150 and $300. One Kansas 
City father flew to London to assure 
his five-year-old daughter of having 
a doll on Christmas morning. Radio 
stations jokingly announced doll 
giveaways, only to be bombarded by 
hoards of eager foster parents with 
the most serious of intentions. 

Between Thanksgiving and 
Christmas of 1983, Coleco easily 
parted with 2.5 million of 
vegetable-based happy-home 
hunters. Ironically, this number is 
much higher than the birth and real 
adoption rate combined for that time 
period. 



170 




Veronica Hamel 

Another Way 
to Have Heart 

The most dramatic surgical event 
of 1982 and 1983 took place early on 
Thursday morning, December 2, 
1982. Surgeons at the University of 
Utah Medical Center cut out most of 
the natural heart of 61-year-old 
dentist Barney B. Clark and replaced 
it with a 10-ounce artificial heart. 

This was the first time that a 
permanent artificial heart had been 
implanted in a human being as a 
replacement for a permanently 
damaged or dying heart. 

Clark was quoted in February as 
saying that the discomfort of the 
operation and the encumbrance of 
his adjoining life supply pumps was 
preferable to being dead or too sick 
to put on his own pants. 

Clark died on March 23, 112 days 
after the surgery, as a result of the 
massive failure of all organs, except 
the aritifical heart. It continued to 
pump blood even after Clark was 
declared dead. 



Hamel Urges Women to 
Look Within for Models 



by Susan Horowitz 

Actress Veronica Hamel spoke at Simmons 
on December 5, about celebrity, life choices 
and role models, telling the audience, "Be 
your own role model, your own counsel. Look 
in the mirror, you're it. And you can take bits 
and pieces from other people — but many 
people. Have a banquet with people you 
admire. It's all a stew, make it a really terrific 
one. It's really tasty, have lots of stuff in it." 

Hamel began her acting career in New 
York, appearing in several stage productions 
before moving to Hollywood. Hamel turned 
down what became Jaclyn Smith's role in 
Charlie's Angels, because she feared being 
stuck in one role. She opted instead to do the 
rounds on several television series and 
appeared in episodes of Dallas, Family, The 
Bob Newhart Show, and Kojak. Hamel has 
been nominated three times for an Emmy 
Award as Outstanding Lead Actress in a 
Drama Series for her role as Joyce Davenport 
in Hill Street Blues. 

In a press conference before the lecture, 
Hamel discussed her career, her feelings about 



lecturing and what it means to be a woman in 
a male-dominated industry. 

Hamel told the press that Hill Street has 
turned into one of her best experiences in the 
medium. After reading the script, which she 
thought was brilliantly written, she accepted 
the part, never thinking the concept would 
catch. "I was too naive to know it was going to 
be such a success," Hamel said. 

Hamel focused her lecture on role models. 
The role of Joyce Davenport has forced a 
certain responsibility on Hamel because 
Davenport "is much admired and talked 
about." Letters from a great cross-section of 
people are sent to Hamel seeking advice on 
career choices, asking questions about the 
legal field, or just addressing the 
encouragement that Joyce Davenport offers 
them. 

Recognition is something Hamel tries to 
separate from her private life. "Recognition 
has affected my life as a whole, but not really 
the thing very dear to me. I've kept that 
separate and always will if I can,' she said. 




PACIFICA, CA., MARCH 1 — The pounding Pacific Ocean tides are 
eroding the coastline south of San Francisco, forcing evacuation of 
part of the Pacific Skies Estates trailer park. 



171 



Presidential Primary Profiles 



Eight democratic hopefuls bid for the 
Democratic nomination to the presidency 
during our second semester of senior year. 

As of January, the leader of the pack was 
former vice president Walter Mondale. 
Mondale got an early start on the campaign 
trail, and was soon backed by endorsements 
from the major labor unions, high ranking 
government officials, and a variety of special 
interest groups. His campaign was by far the 
most organized, professional, and affluent. 

Former astronaut and Ohio Senator John 
Glenn ran a close second. Many democrats 
admitted that although Mondale may be the 
choice of the party, Glenn may be the 



strongest candidate against Ronald Reagan. 
The release of "The Right Stuff," depicting 
Glenn's flight to the moon certainly did not 
hurt his hero image. Glenn represented 
middle of the road, pragmatic politics; a 
moderate alternative to the liberal views of 
Mondale. 

Colorado Senator Gary Hart stressed a new 
generation of leadership within the 
Democratic party. At 48, he is one of the 
youngest contenders for the nomination. He 
spoke of "new issues" such as energy and the 
environment, and has gathered the largest 
support of college students for any candidate. 
Heavily in debt however, Hart has been 




forced to do most of his campaigning from the 
Senate floor. 

The most flamboyant of the candidates 
seemed to be the Rev. Jesse Jackson, 42, of 
Chicago. Jackson has promised to help elect 
more minorities and women to the House of 
Representatives and the Senate, increase 
minority hiring and apprentice programs 
within organized labor, and to achieve parity 
in officeholding equal to the proportion of 
blacks in the electorate. In the most dramatic 
episode of his campaign thus far, Jackson 
traveled to Syria and did what many 
politicians had deemed impossible; returned 
with Navy Lieutenant Robert Goodman who 
had been held prisoner a month in a Syrian 
jail. The diplomatic move earned political 
points for Jackson and eased tensions between 
the U.S. and Syria. 

Former Florida Governor Reubin Askew is 
the most conservative of the candidates, and 
also one of the darkest horses in the political 
race. His views offered contrasting positions 
to standard Democratic answers on abortion, 
trade, the nuclear freeze, grain embargoes, 
labor laws and immigration reform. He will 
likely receive the full support of his home 
state, but political experts doubt whether 
support will come from other groups and 
states as well. 

Another "let's wait and see" contender is 
61-year-old Senator Ernest Hollings from 
South Carolina. Hollings is another 
conservative democrat, who planned to 
balance the federal budget by freezing 
spending across the board. Hollings also 
favored eliminating the MX missile and B-l 
bomber in favor of pay raises for teachers and 
financial boosts for public education. 

And then there's Alan Cranston, the liberal 
democrat from California. He favors job 
training bills, but campaigns predominantly 
for the issue of immediate negotiations with 
the Soviets for a nuclear freeze. His popularity 
peaked during the airing of ABC movie "The 
Day After" in November. 

Massachusetts was the only state to vote for 
McGovern when he ran for the presidency in 
1972 against Richard Nixon. He's back again 
this election, but minus the political steam 
and funding to effectively challenge 
frontrunners Mondale and Glen. McGovern 
supported immediate U.S. withdrawal from 
Lebanon and a 25 percent cut in defense 
spending. Above all else, he encouraged the 
Democratic Party to not divide within itself, 
but to reach agreement on the issues and 
sprout a candidate capable of beating Ronald 
Reagan. 



172 



HOUSTON, TEXAS — Astronauts Sally K. Ride and Guion S. Bluford 
made space history. Ride was the first woman to go up in space on 
Shuttle Flight Seven, and Bluford was the first black into space on 
Shuttle Flight Eight. 



Marines 
Ambushed - 
Remain in 
Lebanon 



While U.S. Marines on a peacekeeping 
mission in Beirut slept, a truck approached the 
gate of Beirut International Airport. Within 
seconds, the TNT loaded vehicle had blasted 
through the gate and exploded in the 
barracks; Islamic terrorists who took 
responsibility for the suicide mission were 
elated, 239 American servicemen were dead. 

A second terrorist bombing, coming 
seconds after the first, killed 21 French 
soldiers and left 37 missing at the barracks of 
the French peacekeeping forces three miles 
from the American compound. 

The massacre occurred on Sunday morning, 
October 23, at 6:20 am. Since most of the 
victims were asleep and not wearing their 
dogtags, identification of bodies was slow. 
Personnel files were also destroyed in the 
explosion, making the process even more 
complicated. 

A previously unknown group called the 
Islamic Revolutionary Movement claimed 
responsibility for the blasts a few hours after 
the bombings. President Reagan however, 
said their terrorist actions would not dictate 
American foreign policy in the Middle East. 

Parents of marines and liberal politicians 
urged Reagan to pull the Marines out of 
Lebanon. Others suggested that the forces 
remain, but with tighter security checks than 
before. In the end, the Marines remained in 
Lebanon, and are still remaining to preserve 
the peace today. 




BEIRUT, LEBANON, APRIL 19 — An American 
Flag and a U.S. Marine standby as rescue workers sort 
through the ruins of the American Embassy in Beirut, 
after being hit by a terrorist bomb, killing many and 
wounding over one hundred. 




BEIRUT, LEBANON — Rescuers prepare to lower a U.S. Marine on a stretcher to safety after being trapped 
in the wreckage of the U.S. Command Post. Terrorists used a dynamite laden vehicle to blow up the building 
in which hundreds died in the blast, Oct. 23. 



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Joyce Kulhawik, WBZ-TV arts critic and a star graduate of the English Alice Walker, who spoke at Simmons dW- 
Department, returned to Simmons during October of '83. ™8 lhe *??"*. °V 83, rece " tly I won the 

Pulitzer Prize for Literature for her novel 
"The Color Purple." 




Award-winning journalist 
Seymour Hersh spoke to the col- 
lege during the fall of '83 on 
journalism ethics and foreign 
policy issues. 




Veronica Hamel, who plays character Joyce Davenport on the T.V. 
series "Hill Street Blues," visited Simmons in November '83. 



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This was the year that: 

Gardner House was closed to resident students 

Weekly movies, thanks to the Activities Programming Board, became a reality 

Computers invaded the campus, both in Bartol and the Library. 

All craters in the quad were finally filled in 

Accounting became a major 

A formal sexual harassment policy was issued by the College 

A Dean's list, cumulative averages, and plus/ minus grades were introduced 

Greyhound strikers made bussing home for Thanksgiving break a less than thankful experience 

Thousands of viewers watched the last episode of M*A*S*H* 

The Simmons Janus celebrated its 60th anniversary 

Alice Walker won the Pulitzer Prize in Literature for her novel "The Color Purple." 

Samantha Smith visited her pen pal, Yuri Andropov, in the Soviet Union 

Barbara McClintock of Maine became the first woman recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize 

We finally graduated! 




MANHASSET, N.Y., MARCH 28 — Todd and Nancy Tilton hold their test-tube twins, 
Heather Jean (left), and Todd MacDonald, the first test-tube twins born in the United States 
March 24 at the North Shore University Hospital. 



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Golden Patrons 

Mr. and Mrs. John Blum 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Castner 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cesare 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Currier 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Cohen 

Stanley I. Daner 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Freedman 

Sharyn E. Hardy '83 

William J. Holmes 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hunter 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Maury A. Kravitz 

Mrs. James A. Kridel 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward Leader 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lema 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Mael 

Priscilla L. McKee 

Charlotte Morocco 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prunier 

Audrey and Henry H. Rowe Jr. 

Mr. J. Burke Sabel 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Salvucci 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartzstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sibly 

Dr. Margery Silver 9 59 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Starzyk Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stavish 

Susan Stockton 

Marsha Stoller 

Robert E. White 

Marilyn (Mrs. Eliot L.) Zigelbaum 



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Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Adler 

Julia Arvans 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bermingham 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Boulger 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Connors 

Mrs. Loring D. Evans 

Denise Ellis Eynon 

Alexis O. Fernandez 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Friedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gaulitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Gollob 

Philip and Blanche Goodwin 

Victoria M. Goyette 

Mr. and Mrs. John Grundy 

Elaine Hagopian 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hart 

Mr. and Mrs. George Karcher 

Mr. and Mrs. Birabhongse Kasemsri 

Mr. and Mrs. David N. Keast 

Elaine L. Laferriere 

Joy Z. Libert 

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Livingston, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond MacAndrew 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Mahon 

Mr. and Mrs. George Ogilive 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Reiss 

Lewis and Eufemia Restuccia 

Mr. and Mrs. John Roth 

Anne W. Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Schumpert 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Willson 

Howard and Marilyn Woods Bernstein 



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Special Thanks 

To Elizabeth Evans, Carolyn Boulger, 

The Receptionists at Evans, 

Dawn, Ange, and 

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The Oldest Thriving Alumnae 
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Simmons Class of 1984 



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Elizabeth Donnelly 
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Natalie Schwartzstein 

Stacy Smith 

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Joy Giordano 


Diane Fabiani 




Sandra Metheny 


Linda Thompson 




Kathleen Cox 


Sally Caverly 




Colleen Hill 


Regina Fernandes 




Joan Kelly 


Susan Goldberg 




Lisa Evans 


Janice Olson 




Susan Freeman 


Jane Scott 




Pamela Holmes 
Judith Long 


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Our Seniors 

Randi Adler, 

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And the Rest of the Senior Class 



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Simmons in Retrospect 



"Worked hard and ready to move on up!" "Roommates — Lauren, Siobhan, Claudia and Andrea" "Growing 
up and becoming a woman. Four years of excruciating pain and extreme happiness. Simmons will be highly 
recommended to anyone and everyone by me. It is a once in a lifetime experience" "And it's to end with the 
pressure of daily normal life continuing — And there are to be millions of ideas but no preaching — history, 
politics, feminism, art literature — in short a summing up of all, I know, feel, laugh at, despise, like, admire, 
hate and so on." "I love Simmons, it has helped me to make all the right choices about my future." "I will 
always treasure my years at Simmons. The friends made and the knowledge learned has made the college 
career at Simmons most valued." "ASA . . . 8:30 a.m. classes . . . North Hall . . . weekends — Thanks for the 
memories!" "I've made it through the rain!!! It looks like it's over, I never thought I would make it." "Being a 
Simmons student has been a wonderful experience. The things that are important in a college career are 
receiving a great education, being semi-independent, developing close long-lasting relationships, and learn- 
ing more about yourself. 1 have successfully accomplished these goals and am proud to say that I was here 
at Simmons doing them." "Simmons is an unforgettable experience. Four years has gone by quite fast. 
Time does fly when you are having fun; going to classes, crewing, working, and living in a community situa- 
tion" "Freshman year — no, Freshwomen, Fourth floor Smith, Joes, living in the Janus office, growing up 
and learning about myself, B.D., I'll always remember." "Simmons has been an extremely positive ex- 
perience. My best words of advice are: What you get out of anything depends on knowing what you really 
want and what you are willing to put in. Strive, persevere, endure, and you will fly. SALCJD!" "Jeet, Brett" 
"It's been real — I did have fun!! I wouldn't have missed it." "Good school, fun people, hard work, — great 
times!!" "It's been a learning experience . . . socially and academically" "Simmons has a lot to offer if one 
has the time to give. Simmons is unique and special" "Memories of the times shared here will always be with 
us." "It's been one helluva great time!" "Happiness is like a butterfly, the more you chase it the more it will 
elude." "Activities Programming Board, Simmons Politics" "Great memories. Good times. Thanks for 
everything Mom and Dad. And Bill, of course." "If I had to do it again, I couldn't have picked a better place." 
"Making it to the next day" "Spring Vacation 1983 in Florida with Ange, Andy, Carol and Liz, and don't 
forget Paul and Steve" "Simmons has given me a valuable learning experience, both in and out of the 
classroom." "Ring by spring" "Rewarding and frustrating, exciting, lasting friendships, a time in my life 1 will 
never forget." "They say that college is just one of the many stops along the way, we'll see you at the next 
stop Syb, C.C., Candyce, Chelle and Helena." "Lots of hard work. Christian fellowship, good times with my 
friends and, of course, Tom." "My "engagement" to Paul" "See you in Detroit, See you in Philly" 
"Third floor Evans Tammy and Liz" "Simmons has been a positive experience for me all around. I have 
learned more about myself, both good and bad, and I have met more interesting people both in school and in 
Boston. I couldn't have asked for more." "Andy proofing all of my papers" "To do your best is all that you 
can do. An opportunity for lasting friendships, and a good education. Thanks Mom and Dad." "Monday 
nights at the Cask, looking for a good bar, Ta Chien's, good times and good friends, Thanks Mom, Dad and 
Mike, Thanksgivings in New Jersey with my Grandparents, and cold winters in Boston" "My feelings as a 
woman, a student and as a human being surfaced; my kindness is returned to those who helped me ac- 
complish this." "During my four years here, I have found women like me, women unlike me, and myself" 
"We are all guilty of crime, the great crime of not living life to the fullest. But we are all potentially free. We 
can stop thinking of what we have failed to do and do whatever lies within our power." "Let's get drunk 
before Sadie Hawkins" "Friendship — A ten letter word can mean so much, and be so many things: it's a 
shoulder to cry on — a clown to laugh with — a secret to tell — it's trust — it's love it's happiness, it's hate, 
it's fun; but most of all it's you my friend." "Morse of course!" "Lauri, lots of hard work and Microcosm 
deadlines" "If one advances confidentially in the directions of her dreams, and endeavors to live the life 
which she has imagined, she will meet with success unexpected in common hours." "Simmons made me 
feel more confident in myself as a woman studying for a science career/degree." "M.I.T. meat markets" "I 
will always cherish the memories and friends that I have made at Simmons." "I will look at my four years at 
Simmons as the best time of my life. It was a time during which I grew and changed. Simmons helped to 
make me more confident, self-assured person, a person that I like a lot!" "Economics Liaison, money and 
banking — bedtime for Bonzo, Alumnae Reunion Weekend, Arlington Gang." "It's been real! Most of all it's 
been rewarding with ... NG as a beginning; Delta Sigma Theta; Pina Coladas — Friday nites; S.A., those 
special acquaintances, mummy's support; and most of all — determination to hang on" "Tammy, as Darryl 
to fix me up with a date, bye Winnie, torn between two lovers, Pina Coloda's and Chaka Khan nights, Tam- 
my did you check out his shoes" "I've met many wonderful friends, had some great times with wild 
memories." 



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